Group Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1963)
Title: Gainesville Sun
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Title: Gainesville Sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Gainesville Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Publication Date: February 20, 1964
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079931
Volume ID: VID00307
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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northern Virginia; fiw feet on ling tonight in most.
Maryland's secondary roads. wy northeasterly about 15IS
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8 inches; Glens Fall, 4 inches; Ik Fry wo ai. .W Ut b
Syracuse and Rome, 3 tinhes: L.~A7W% .. to- sX MaW Id am.
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7:27 P.M. A t1 S:0 JLM nied A ijm hi the wW ri tb
prevented refueling operations :4 p... M. W r o t N
at McGuire Air Farce Bape; -
canceling air lifts for 1,500 lry W rth Co, tell Names
troops headed from Texas t Jew ry W orth
Germany and the same num. 5 Stolen GaUway Aid
ber headed the other direction. County de candidate Johnr
s.The airlifts were to demon- A Gainesville woman reported Connell hc named Pat Galo-
strate U.S. ability to ru troops to police yesterday that $500 way his campaign treasurer.
to trouble spots. worth of jewelry has been stolen In complaace with state elec.
NConnecticut called It the win. her home. ton laws 'Conr announced
ter's worst storm, with up to 11 his treasnuo r a fund deposi-
"iches of snow in some inland Mrs. J. C. Harris, 114 NE 6th tory, the Forida National Bank,
riots. The coastal areas had up St., reported that she is missing for publication.
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one gold-faced watch, one "Old
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watches, three gold wedd'ftrg
bands and other assorted jewel-


:Loot valued at'about'$142 was ry, all valued at about $500.
stolen from Wayne Grocery, 82 She said the jewelry was stol-
S7th Ave., last night by some- from her home since Mar.
die who removed some jalgus- I .
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Trance, police reported.
-Missing from the store, police
said, are one Hilton wrist watch Helium is an inert, colorless,
valued at $67 and a ladies wrist odorless, noncumbustible and
watch valued at $75. nearly weightless gas.


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Presidents

Meet ToTalk

In California
WASHINGTON (AP) Pres-
ent Johnson flies to Southern
imtonia tonight for goodw
liks with President Adolfo La
w Mateos of Mexico and a
ief meeting with former Pres-
nt Dwigit D. Eisenhower.
No major problems were in
Sht for the Johns-xRopez Ma-
m elatrence and me Mexi-
an official predicted, "It's go.
ig to be a happy visit."
The two Presidents will con-
ar Friday and Saturday at
alm Springs, Calif., sandwich-
g in some spaeatakin, and
cremonial appearances. in Los
togeles both days.
Johmon will fly by jet tran-
ort to Palm Springs early thi
evening. He will spend the nigh
In the desrt resort city befon
going to Lo Angeles Friday to
formally welcome his Menica
acunerpart to the Unite
States.
The firdt Johnson-Lopez Ma
teos conference will take plact
i Palm Springs Friday after
won. Then the two president
will drive to Eisenhower's win
tr home in neighboring Palm
Desert for a courtesy visd
scheduled to last a half hour.


Mott Speaker
For Christian
Committee
Orlando Insurance ag ency
head Don Mott will talk to
Gainesville Christian Business
men's Committee in a 7:30 am.
breakfast session Saturday in
the Holiday Inn.
Mott is prominent in Florida's
religious and in insurance cir.
des.


He'll report o the activities
of other CMBC groups.
The local group, formed
recently, now has about 10
members. It meets regularly on
Thursday mornings at the Holi-
day Inn. This week's meeting
was changed to fit Mott's sche-'
dule.
The session is open to all
businessmen in the community.


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Cormick's wallet tried to cash
a $15 check at a drug store yes.
terda afternoon, andI When j
pam t started qistioning
him, he left.


Whoever found the waet has Polie ad the man dove
be s away from the drug stre in a
been cashig chech uig the l0 colored Volkswagen.
identification car of William R.
McCormick, : o eaid cecs o the
same name were cashed at two
The culprit who found Me- storts In Galiesville.
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Truck Alarms
AUGUSA, GL (W)-re.
me battled a be which dam-
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day night. Sev fire trucks uar-
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bood shopping center-. Suen- UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. Chief Soviet Delegate Nikobl T.
ly, there were nly sx trucks (AP) Diplomats negotiated Fedorenko charged the 1960
An alarm was ewMf a fr a privately today on proposals to treaties had ben imposed on
stolen fire truck. It later was keep the peace in Cyprus as Cyprus and denounced the Brit-
found abandoned aMeut a mile Britain b flying nearly 2,- ib force as a Western plot to
away. Authorities at sea more troop to the eastern establish a North Atlantic
small boys wee am to ve Mediterranean island. Treaty Organization bridgehead
the vehicle. Security Counil debate on in the eastern Mediterranean.
t the Cyprus ri wasin recess Backing the Greek Cypriot
0 b tua tfl until Friday afteranoon, and government of President Ma-
U~ 2f I there were no sure prospects kario, Fedorenko demanded
AISTON McKINSTRY agreement proposals for that the council first give guar-
AlMn N Rt McKstry, a international force to take antees for Cyprus' territorial in-
Gainesvmle native whe mov ved enforcement of the shaky tegrity and agalst aggression.
Gaw fs llern ceaase-4ie between the Greek The Greek Cypriots demand
away from her 15 years a r and Trkh Cypriot commun ni- clcil guarmteu. They fear
heart attack at his h e n ties. the Western powers will support
Brunswick, Ga. U.S. Ambassador Adlai E. Turkish Cypriot demands for
He was an architectural evenson caed on the council partition of the island, and that


df wedoaw y to endorse a West-
He wasm born in Gao ern proposal to bolster the Brit-
and had lived here al h f ish troops na Cyprus with solP-
until moving to Brunswick. iers from other nations.
Three f his grand t Seeking to avoid Soviet intru-
were among this city's earliest si into the dispute, Stevenson
physicians Dr. J. F. McK in.ointedly added that composi-
try, Dr. Sarah Lucretia Robb tion of the force would require
Dr. Robert Lee Robb. the approval of Cyprus and her
He was a member of the Am three uarantors under the 19iO
erican legiA in Jacksonville, independence treaties Brit-
mthe M ons in Gainesvil and ain, Turkey and Greece.
was veteran d W. W. L StevenoU also urged the
Funeral services will be at council to call on Cyprus and
graveside in Evergreen Ceme- her three protectors to desig-
tery at 11 a.m. Saturday with nate U.N. Secretary-General U
Dr. U. S. Gordon officiating. Thant asn impartial mediator.
Willams Thomas Funeral The U.S. delegate spoke after
Home is in charge.
survivors include his widow, Army Creates
Mrs. Ann McKinstry; a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Alice Massa, Gaines- emergency
ville; a sister, Mrs. Rex Dugan,
Jacksonville; three grandchdild l OM dcal Team


dren and one great grandchild.
ALMA SHAW
Alma Cellon Shaw, 9, 425
NE 9th St., was dead on arrival
at Alachua General Hospital
yesterday.
She was a Methodist and a na-
tive of LaCrosse.
Funeral services will be at 2
p.m. tomorrow in Williams-
Tinmams Funeral Hnme with


WASHINGTON (AP) The
Army is creating special medi-
cal teams for emergency serv-
ice in the event of a nuclear
accident or incident within the
United States.
There wil be four such "ra-
diological emergency medical
teams," it was disclosed today.
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- a nh caE n... Each will be headed by an
Rev. Thomas Mitchell offici-
ating. Burial will be in Antioch Army Medical Corps officer and
Cemetery. will include three other special-
Pallbearers will be Henry ists qualified in the manage-
Mickle, Joe Cox, J. B. Carmi- meant of nuclear casualties" and
chael Charles Grier, Shellie evaluation of radiation hazards.
McKinney and Robert Carr. "The plan is designed to ban-
Survivors include a daughter, die nuclear accidents and to re-
Mrs. MarSy Smith, Braden- spond to disaster situations
in; a Pn, Woodrow, Gaines- should they arise." the Army'
e; a ,i r Arthur J. Cel- said.
S ; a "sister, Mrs. Creation of the teams was dis
Lj dwclud isi a regulation signed by
t lo Ea e G. Wheeler, Army
great gradchOildee.. chief of staff.


Turkey will invade to aid the
Turkish Cypriots, outnumbered
4 to 1 in a population of nearly
00,00.
Fedorenko accused the At-
lantic alliance powers of doing
everything possible to keep the
issue from coming before the
council and said the presence of
British, Greek and Turkish
troops violates Cypriot sover-
Britain's Sir Patricky.
Britain's Sir Patrick Dean


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Explosion
The husband of a Gainesville
woman who died of injuries suf-
fered in a gas explosion in her
home in I yesterday filed
suit in Circuit Court against I e
Gainesville Gas CoD, seeking n
excess of $11,000


John J. Braington charged
the gas company with negli-
gence in not checking gas hnes
and appliances at their home
at 616 SE 4th Ave. after the gas
company changed from manu-
factured gas to natural gas.
Mrs. Mary Louise Brasington
was injured by an explosion
which occurred when she start-
ed to light a gas stove in the
kitchen of their home on the
morning of March 5, 1962 She
died March 27 of the injuries,
the suit charges.
The suit charges also that the
Gas Company failed to meet
the conditions of the Florida
Gas Fittings Code, which re-
quires that gas have a "dis-
tinctive odorant" so that it
could be smelled if it escaped.
The suit charges that gas es.


replied that his country had in- caped from a copper tube in the
tervened at the invitation of the kitchen.
Cyprus government and that
Britain deserved thanks for nPol ic
taking on the peace mission. lollCc report


Seaboard Sued
In RR Accident


Stolen Car


IA car owned by Mrs. George
sivaD 570 NE 23rd Boulevard


Mr. andMrs CharlesM .Sea .. .. .......,
Mr and Mrs. Charles M. was stolen from in front of her
man Jr., who were injured when home last night police reported.
their car collided with a Sea- The car is a 1963 Chevrolet
board Airlines Railroad train with a blue bottom and a white
near High Springs in Sept., top.
1962, yesterday filed suit against -


the railroad seeking in excess of
The suit charges that the,
crossing at which they were in-
jured is "extra hazardous due
to the fact that it is located on
a stretch of highway carrying
m ot o r vehicles continuously
night and day" and that the'
crossing is in a "maximum'
speed" area for traffic.
The suit also charges that the
view at the crossing was ob-
scured by trees and brush and
that the lights of west-bound
trains are concealed to north
bound vehicular traffic.
The suit contends that Mr. and


Mrs. Seaman
injured "in
heads, faces,
and bodies."


were permarnttly
and about 'their
backs arms, legs


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By ROS NU7TON
NEW YORK (AP)-A Cost
Guard chatter and plane coat
uri murchc the Nrt Adan.
tic today for 14m m im ing
fro the stonr-batteed Brit.
lb grain ship Ambusador, but
their survival was considered

Twety of the X crew aem-
ben have beem ncued. The

CMet G d G s heodq
teorn m- it a Doh t I
boat oday took over am Ing
aldr hadmmed Ambaiur as
a pinm of the M.
Th Coast Gurd cutter Co
Bay radioed early today that
Sthe tgboat Elbe put mm
aboard the Am lessador, they
stopped flooding ia the ship and
the ti started towing her to
the Aresm land. tW Elbe
had Md to the Ambassador for
salvage purposes and arrived
Wednaday night
ie Coo Bay and the pl
contih tl to look foferafts.
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Ansisw ImImproved eooi d
abl before dawn.
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aboard t vessel when she be-
ga to take on water listed
badly wen draem y piked
up by smemB of the utter ant
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Thu Brith and RuW govern-
aat bave finally eareld their
phi to build the lo-taW e tbout
English Channel taunnel- spite of
Pireusdt De Geus's chily faiss
towd Britai The only rel quo.
ties in the laset veral yen had
been whether to build a tmdl or a
bridge The to d a w because it
w eat only half as much ($400
nmflcM) aid won't impede naviga-

Ironically, this being the age of air
and highway travel, the project will
have to be a railroad tunnel Venti.
nation problems bar motor vehicles,
so autos and trucks will be hauled
behind electric locomotives. Perhap
In the future some kind of nuclear
highway vehkle will be allowed to
navigate the tunnel under their own
power.
Technical feasibility of a tunnel
was shown 80 years ago when sev.
eral miles actually were dug before
the War Office got invasion jitters


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and pt a halt to the ret. Twie
again, in 190 and 19., the tnel
bogged down i the cofortae Bit.
Ish feeling that the Channel waa a
moat which would keep England al-
moast hregnab
Now, of course, t Channels t
neither a most nor the barrier It
wa. r travel and a'* frght have
eliminate some of the fuseas of
a direct surface link between London
and Paris. However, the growing and
intgrating- economies' of England
and the contiant are expected to
guarantee a much greater abdsol
volume of freMght ad at seneru -
iMes than a t daIl eer could ebi
expect in the pat
Thus will be -o the most fna.
portant public werkbof a genera-
tion- and it also abod help edim
inate lingering trace the thin t k.
ing behind that famous naonon head.
line which ~lainbd smugly:
"Heavy Fog Blamkets ha d; Con-
tient Isolated."


Quiet Campaign


-By RICHARD WITSON affairs and liberal in human parabe conditl M. there
Chief, Cowls WasMingle affairs., s hnpo i tant E Mt
Boerea Scranton's position lathe comparably. Steson was
m~.rw ,tparo Repnlican Party Is rog prjected on the natuemos e
WASHINGTON. R to a pi itme a 1m0 'AM uE
cotact with tss n .sa ol S U.n
Scrantonf Sa ta.aaMA a tIb t hWm ifhcimlprt with Slea
leads to only one aonch- me t 1 e ak. s ho qpeaed, ave t he
ion. He is, in haiown lowky er gf Ta vmas beist for the iamt
way, an. active candidate for sw ing the pseotal pr- tia .
the Republicanpreidetial ma ad Se was ot This is g* the caul-
nomination. a awed candidate. t la the Re Pa
He advances step by step. -AGovernor Stevemm o f today. U it sotddae ta
He feels the "striage." He' GUo was nominated by the the New Hlmnpi prary
leaves the way opia to a Dioratic Party. He nadi provma lspMtt aa maad
full blown candid rifl'f tig a candidate y and IaneoachteldutlSnem
than a mere favoritee s" of tveason was Ms ad.i tm'ans paids bemas
Peosylval if ia SW. wa pmor, Aid t gr. ]k bioom u at we
co naditas dnlf Mgv a sglthnal dik shi- fteraflNaw e
now andm u le m i. ., de adttte ranaerM
aidaMn accaleAtWa.llwe..W aMs 1i Er e d datidng
tesenaltpolsthe b- -ee bA- hear Misn l ,&UdHebity 1k. -
lica Party the middle. On n than re. _0bi .
naUonal issues he has been neither was as Udl w a NAwM thrnae, i
rated in the middle range by Gen l se IIw. May haSI tb Wi may artim.
bot conservative and liberal Democratic leaders knew that ly as a prudential pol .
pus. As acongreessman, they were picking a lomer I al she is t wMe
AIf.C1o rated hinm per- Gla h M taminsatis ulatM e and
coat of its seal. Amerins cla4es ly da l pe
for Democratic Action, the THE APPERANE d 81, UM. U 1 tAeasqd I ie
left-wing of the Democratic velua MNC's "eet.l e H tNlriawmate
Party,gpvehima0poetD PrMl" IU W ad Mal ledt Nis 10-ll3-up
rain. A more conserve t ie y til flmt m m wkichmdeBM. iMW .
rUs Americans for Coast. agesr h ub-g 1l 1l 1 m fa paib aeat
tutionamlAction,pgave a hhWma e It uw" simdebi *ae d bs ft h he
percentrating. prjactin hobate pleSn- velnor WoMddl L Wi
".IAJ% LAMWU~p" .t


HE WAS NOT in Congress
long eongh for any more con-
clusive judgement on his
political orientation, but it is
evident from what he says and
does that he rarely tays
frnm the mile path. This
leads to make B accept-
able o the kd edl epubli-
ca who supported Dwight
D. Eibowcr. US Mr. Es-
abowr., tcra emadrI
bind unnat'sv in teal


at mommauto.o. J"wo Av-
ery, one time boss of Chi-
cago thought this appeauneC
exhibited into Stevenson these
qualities of personal aid mur-
al leadership ihc were lack-
ing In Mefavr sad wOl ch
American expet fm
a Ididat
It ca s more tiss eo
Incideatd, but Govem r'
Scra Imta hea m
O e the sI diM- I I P.
gram mg, uis C cam-


w mergeao ram we
knos to win the presidental
nomination.
More thanthis, Scranto
shows that be knows how to
expoit with ftnesse the big
is against, Presa t John.
me. To hpe 4 Wida
Mr. JheBam w be a
wheadr lr plet b
rdhl Bft*5thpe.
ty^^ enf~


Voice of the Peoplt

JnIu The Sum's Oi M hina r IA 2


-hises -d M eOW riso ma-w-
m MWINd M OM er ben dM im m ills

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to the Naioml memrvue
Co L t may hold a coma.

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a Tdoom.
Tcnuos "Ive ehica boengJf


nk .wht a

rmhare hed tat we th

the conwSnti will be held
depends on what theCOP doe
at its sessions.


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Fr ign olicWT NdPS ANALYST


Foreip Policy and Politics


'el im Alinke a ait w .

VWAIINGMI Pra. m hb l brewM, for
dSJomabhubempt.on bemlM fth dsel thi

eoa eor*B loam ** ieIa. a ut .f bao.
dMal dledmempap. r e nier i probably
T* hfi or mit,. ainmf lall etm d
1hmh m IsMft T h e Rh f & i wadd the w
, to P a-- Im cmmit w dmC Mami

ti u ultimd .atht aswit


lam ai Oim, Ab emb at N iI t( WW, for ex-
Mcdt ud mImp e eap, eamparm with n
mwl l ame teuo eve let ad d o
others, from oCw their b M atd -di gh,
on indepdet policies minde- d wl.e Pris ad aiWE
face of appeal from Wauh- en a s td WaS
ington. balnim' lad ib Ca a
lmtdA* do mmew
YTT IT D00 not foBHow hne tmd htuma Us


BELOW OLYMPUS Y, i...1u


baydam


Of Third


Party

A .anhd Uismer d aAla-
bema's Deocrvs w coe-
li Governor Geerp Wal-
lae's pla to elect a group
of mommltl d ectrs for
tie November elem N ths
overer wi (ad e is fav.
red), AI who wik b vote
far 1 DMemcrae imiee
aesniai aly wodd bei d.
pedal f that right bause
of t electoralsd ym.
elteean am*fi east es pesi .
dalll bIlato.
T' RATW S IGh E c-
cept hai bem, and is, iot
Cftely a narrow Sot.e.
s- a4, as the Cgre
showed In its debates a the
fv rights bills fewr and
f er soutIners te
stled In defend wh a-
w has has ben a region con-
ept of oneistent state sonv
eignty and sovereign iht
. liere will beno eetive
tird party movement lkgL
Mississippi, which ct ts
M electoral votes for Sen.
Brd, may be expected b try
fr a third candidate, or aga
repeat the futle gSturn
of four years before. Ala-
bna, with the fu wei of
thei administration neity
eaoitted againt the Deme-
crat prty at the nmaind
velmay Mcceed n eletng
"Mspede" sectors
MBT Tf ONLY in Mie-
-iiIppi and Alabmsna t one
c an any measable
sentBsit lo bolt or form a
tdr party grLp.ThDe D
ca lf IMi fan ed hi Ala.
tbma by Bul Connor, il re
centl poloe ean Hn mr
of shbiam, cast d haer
votes fr Oe. Strom NIur-
Mil l r eve though Pre -
Mident Harry Truman, target
o te Diluerats, was not too
strong3m, ewn the election.
T'li Dscrat defection was
iadetie. Third party
mves od fMlive mch les
*tve th n dioflNI.


cow's nstieo wi Easterm

7m Comm states in
tS pt of the wrw are in
auSl iJ potti
aMm n uio.n eommis
ahm d Mosw's plan for
a* MrS easc y o to s
h R CVomMit Me.
W3 GUM NS tade
aiimn are -l lmf prores
i Etm Eunpo. Commeao
ist Et Germany ha recen-
ly huiepmm a about the
"altedll 'DtralMElsOl
of CeboskvakiLa. Rumadi
hu m-t a way been fol-
lowk Mbuw's policies i
the I Mtd Nutio, and Po
lWts' ner t lom for a
'"*e a N a domic weapms
Id Rasps not been sup
port by the SovietUon.
Zlemnve, ewnts have not
ff ham n against the
USed fats. The Comma.
e hi b Nrt Viet Nam, for
example, ety sent a mis
doai toss s b Bt a ruib
sldl iumsbe t mtoiy
aid for use i the Southest
Ahan war, but we turned
wML


I Cuba, potentially the
nmm h ,,,,--tory foreign
pey me m1r t the Jol.
m adminiam the Soviet
military slton has now bee
redued to leM than 5,10. It
wa one about four times
tht many.
Meanwhile, the British and
the French, while often differ.
g wilththe United States,
are beginning tos aume more
responsibility on their own
for miMaiWnin Pece smng
the rtles de u rad.dedioped
nations of the world.
a it-i, under Prime Mi
ter Ac Douglas Homme, for
sample, Is now being more
assertive in dealing with up
risings in East Africa, Cyprs,
N alayia andBrt GWiana
than twas under Harold
Macmillan, and while Presd.
Sent de Gaulle is foDowing his
own policy in Africa, Asia,
and Latin America, at least he
we had politicians like is engagng France in the
world struggle and not leaving


the whole burden to the United

1M 8 NOTi, tibrefor, a
ome4d picture wholly fav-
ole i the mepoi, -W
pely me then ibdh Re-.
publican cdidates for the
praidency differ wetm An.o-
er about what hould be
does abut Cuba, Vi Nam,
and tnadi with the Sovta .
Viet Nam look at the am -
at like the mt serious is-
m before Johlmo. sn mwar
is not going as well as the
administration pretends t
never has), and we are now
approaching a new period of
decision when Washington is
considering whether to cut its
losses or help the South Viet.
names carry the war into the
territory of Communist North
Viet Nam.
What is done about this, and
how Communist China reacts
to either a withdrawal or es-
ealatiom of United States
force, could change the entire
picture, but for the time be-
ing, Johnson can look forward
to a debate on foreign policy
in the campaignl without too
much apprehension.
AFTER ALL, he is not per-
sonally responsible for the
record, and if the Republicans
wish to emphasize the fail-
ures of the past three
years, they are going to have
to take on the delicate strate-
gy of attacking the steward-
ship of President Kennedy.
No doubt there will be more
troub le in the next nine
months between the Greeks
and Turks over Cyprus; be.
tween India and Pakistan over
Kashmir; between Israel and
the Arab states over the Mid-
dhe East. and between many
of the New African countries
over borders and commerce.
But to argue that the United
States is responsible for all
these squabbles is to argue
that Washington should en-
gage itself in every neigh-
bor's battle in the world-and
this is not likely to be a very
popular argument with the
American voters.


TIE CONSERVATIVE VIEWPOINT


Findings of Church-State Conference


By DAID LAWA:RD
WASHINGTI OChumr
ums aremt r a uid is be
poWician or loblg but a
recent meaW described as
"me nt o"oeal Sbdy co-
fBen as Clutch ad s de
prodeI s,,e mfloolp wMhic
sow adt carci at lest
bow their war ound i the
political world ad also i the
phasing of statents to pub-
liWe their objeeties. like
the politicians who write sena-
teams to pAde teirobjec-
ives. U k pldimesm who
wre sentoem that lama
*be IfIpneIltuw wayso
chmeP m tflbeI see derw
of apaylmims -6 OF 1
t WuNg tey aM
The in an e tm eiS
the eye, however, Im doe
car-duly worded s-tonents,
k n o w n as the "general find-
Ings." of a group of M
churchnen delegated to
represent 24 "Protestant and
Orthodox coma"ion"
tbronugout the country-
we mdWe tmiter the
aupicofte Nati Coar-
d Cofhm as. T7b "g
fb"n" E ad I pt:


h o d
1 b 11in m bin M
ektah -1h maia au eM-E
awy Am owrli* At & dow
they Id parae dis a-
tim Mad atem athe ls
doL. h thiIs ft raIm
m been mh sMps dm
ted ibiw ad I
is. Tte atieon ws b
a*de tb etalS mFuM
at *mhimn..Mhi.

a i emtainkinsmo

t quedh d6 AWN ,


ently been the subject of wide
dlicusaleM. The conference
e d, for Instance, ten
boiling propodta:
"ACC EPTANCE and sup-
part d Supreue Court deci*s
loas eofr a they prohbt
srichily -eneraba prayer
aod required dem ola rad
Iag of t e M I n pBtk
schools.
But ha de summary of the
reports of the 13 speel
Mstb groups at co aer-
eoce, ied thae,*h to NaR
tad omeu as neh prt



Amerid:m adm dt o p.
them,"of
"i schee is ,eut Igohe

Yet in the "general find-
Ins" this statement appea:
"tl less can we or shouMd
we atpt to turn the dock
hackwd by an effort to give
ae mal aneti *l

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flftilabsept a pa.
amiD yb ri kkte-




dr t -- r sur ami."
leIV immera nu~n sm


I Jk e PW te MOB
tb plemw ib tow d
U 4Ram in is
a t ol


Ia ,-


Congress on federal aid to ed-
ucation. Te report said:
"Since parochial elementary
and secondary schools are
maintained by churches
so that 'religio permeates
the entire atmophre' of the
school governmental funds
sdam so beL aed or
a pri-d dfor r w a-
pm t f d meh sinks
5o fraW N ai d as b sup
pfrnellrUm cHoath S h
slab bled is mest W,
Mlr pt aeds. While we
*leIwsfth e ritSf p d .
sm idal eoi d schoM e b.
6hd Im Nl M a t roiby
loe I"I !L an l-
dOFago" ltop
10 dt publow 6 ke al
support ofseh sch ebools. In
recognition of the seriolnieg
of the fliancial.probem f the
paroaddal schools, wepropoe
shared teu as the modt e


active measure for solving this
problem and are wi'l'n" to ex-
plore other legal methods for
solving it."
THE REPORT does not an.
wer the question often raised
as to why government finan
cal aid to church. related in-
stitutios of higher education
is thought to be constitu.
tional and legal, while federal
funds for elementary and see.
ondary parochial schools are
considered unconstitutional by
the same churchmen.
Obviously, the whole subject
Is in a state of solution, and
church groups are taking
moe and more part in public
affair and Il poties. Wheth-
er such a coure reflects the
viewpoint of individual citi-
ens whowe members of
these churches or whether
they feel their representatives
rave ?one too far is some-
thine that remains yet to be
dearly determined.


HOW TO BE EFFICIENT

WITH FEWER VIOLINS
ft *i et mmle efmtIort meminaM
Mis iepethto wep k fu, a
eMifrbs"tefd mIner a i L I a I dm)

Fr M1era1le pis fte INr o players had mn
is e. oe mutmer odm b he reduced ad the t spread
mnrbeOyN*r twhe do tWeeIIf rttmshiatoag
p-b d av*.
Al nS u ,,is wme pl< idd*icas l note: this sees
mgmmMy dllm. The sM of h seeMom dam d be
dmiwI at. *LI I re'r ivae d aml is rired it
aM e thi adby deci a empi.
h dairt wa sabr is B oplayet f4 damdelm

swtier. N to b ere abe, t woldM be pesee is me
la mad f4e dm- -We mdy m.


tke bw b to be to* aMb repiulu ci amn
mi re by mepal aso hem e pimo whi
ha m a ee ir haled byh U*3 b s ed
I, igu W uns s akia se rek
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The Briti
mets have
plans to bui
EDniChu
Piuldot Do
towaud Bxt
ti in the
been whothe
bridge. The
wml cost on
mElon) ad
tio
Ironically,
and highway
have to be a


Britain Joins The Contineqt.
ih aid fanh govera- and put a halt to the project Twice
finally aooeael their again, in 190 and 1918, #e tounl
i the lo-taWlkwalbout bogged down ina the comfortable Brit.
ael tmna.l-Ip spite of ish feeling that the Channel was a
a Gol'si d elings moat which would keep sglad al.
a, The a red qus- most impregaM.

lrto lb mtnd o ra Now, of cours, the Chanel Is
r to a tunnel or a neither a most nor the banrr it once
u w because was Ar travel and r eight have
y half as muh ($400 elimined some of the use ules of
I wot Ja de navi direct surface link betw Loa
ad Pari& However, the ginwig ait
this being the age of air intgrating eaomi of E sad
travel, the project wil and the eontilat ar expected t


1 railroad tunnel. Venti-


lation problems bar motor vehicles,
so autos and trucks wml be hauled
* behind electric locomotives. Perhaps
in the future some kind of nuclear
- highway vehicle will be allowed to
_ navigate the tunnel under their own
- power.
Technical feasibility of a tunnel
was shown 80 years ago when sev-
eral miles actually were dug before
the War Office got invasion jitters


guarantee a much greater abuSe
volume of fIiht and pamsenpw ti.
ine than a tuel ever could bam
expected in the put
Thus will be one of the most Im-
portant public work of a genma-
tion- and it also should lp elim-
mate lingering traces of tin think.
ing behind that famoIa Loaom head.
line which proclaimed ;smugly:
"Heavy Fog Blanketq Chanel; Con-
tinent Isolated."


.'There wil bem no dIef
iurd party movemmat his IM
Mississippi, which caut its
Um electoral votes for Sea.
Byrd, may be pexted to try
for a third candidate, or aaH
repeat the futile aMtuoe
o four years before. Ala.
s, with the fuln weight of
the administration presently
commid Saint t Demo
eatc party at the mUonl
level, may succeed in electing
"ldeplmsi electorsi

TITNTBONLY in Mia.
siippi ad Alabama that os
em is any memorable
asoth o b ol r fntm a
crat of formed i A.-
bna by Bull Caq, 4l ret
=eet police J
ofVBhunam, jat thei
id" br SeO. Stem Thu.,
mal. BDot even though Pre.
Mdt kM y Thma target
f the Derats, was not too
stlrn he we the election.
Hie Dialea defection was
effective. Third party
moves of i have much less
drive ta that h IaI.
Comervatives Ithe Old Do-
Mini. have epadedth iW
gifnia Comervatv Corn oll.
to the Nati Come t
Counc It may hoMl a cam
velui at Chicap oa J*u 34
had on the hM of the e.
-N dabMikrbu ad
Bm aiomim. Ten am
valves ge evidence of being
the sort that forer PIesdent
tlbatower hald in d whm
he said recenuy that he did
not n my persons who
alld tals onserv
iu udietoa what the
ward m The Virgin di*
rtor ha saol tdat wweter
the coventimn wll be held
depends .n what the GOP does
at its sessions.
Sm the Virginia Cml
I 14s supports Sea
GMW ter, the ihscee
ipntio is tatt iw Vgi.
Iss ad those who ke joil.
ed their e will meet
ad ami the ASdmMl
I m OP des noL "We em
tathird pty," l ,Od the
oeIter. whtr we be.
-ems a edpo al a
hbappme at the na..al.

IINCI TED Rn .
s acs egSewW
wCAle u at ai rtaSily wi
aSo |fI iL qfmft-
w ayn" expect t see the
a idisr. amBotsmore
a f nbn e is Mial to
apolokal y.te

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Foreign Policy and Politics


CONSCIENCE




THE

souml





Dadream


OfTrd


Party


I*t Gonar Gegp Wa6
bsEe' p to daelct a gru
Of amntd dors far
the NIemaiber ecm If the
pit r wim (and he I b a
oed), those who wish to vote
fr the Democratic amie
adaMsUeal would be do.
prF d tat right bmum
relectrs ran yastm si
* bduH Rbcahpe

it im MGrIG coom
S ha been, and is,
-j a arrow hnm
Said, as the Colre
ihow in its debate th
dv rights b, feer ad
fewer Southemniers are iBer
ested in defending what al.
ways has been a regional corn
apt of noeuitent state soWV
eeipty and sovereign rights.


WASllirTo -Pl -rS.
dat JbetoWs M tm aft
Mltabyt MIm d m
nct oiPaf s htu h m.
&d dkhtdp piqsd h
a maior Im hIs Ik d.
Wl b ldu. s '
t s o mn. A m
tic ADniaq em faed. "I

aghmw In mis a s
lreh d haid D -,s
ft n in immt piDes li do.



flance cf appeals fro Was.


fram this tie that the Re-
publicans have a winlag .-
mtm depdfpld inf&
oumn of loisk fmW al.





pThe uiet awm out of B i.
daisc of tabe li i t th







o the border ov m"t GIsa
worm is dani bady a ore
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COLORED NEWS m
tF. CMhi, Cowd News uitor win me


"M VCCC uHOBCOINGtlodia Church wil serve as
or u am r guet cha ir.
DAYTONA ACM MNI uth e p Is Int MR.
BaEsrMhK, Fr IsM Helem Petersna, chairm!L
di Tlanier Dids at VoWis i rsBesid Mae Weley, re-
Couty CommMity Col and lpor.
a former graduate of EUcd I
High Sehool ofi DaLmdl, Florida,. WuAMTN NEWS
WA FmRd1 '1M H8om OMO. NOC=
h we rfutrw^eM The1y Coumty Psllberers
Ira Im M U ard u.t wll meet y with
a2m_ Ledge W1 No.u Wi Witon Feb.
d W_, Sam omackX at MaI Hope Bapti s
] d IdNA I rA a d a O ld A- --
Sbe -athes ep the ree
SIM wlha e Med at the

ba Gsio b bi kigt N W

g ,nem ,nulla ills d Bgld I at the
Hisll, Hrs m adl d God trita NWI
W ud$ faw AA.l ai 7B A, dA ncldlt to1
cuua froThe pmiripal s~ea today
WJam UDa. Mis wa .ain at pa lbe Oli erDays,
la "c rt aim rec1dhia p tVo l to CIurch of God in
an br ou tWe r Cdt O Archer; andFridayat
fm -mpe san t aSri pL. Pr,. ogg, Md -PI
1 TooIner, E VOel hKt, ad as thi gp' Spctial
Coma Ro brtHlseedlldera l
as Master of Ceremonies and
pres"eNed Min Hemraning PROGRA TO
116 and her court dhrling ter. PRNI
mMi of SiM CorntMa BaDL. To Asr rIs La
Coach owl uPres Gisvill wiGa appas ha a
dent J. GrfiGram, who il W1 fbig
made a pIdmS.mOr p.- ** AIl m t ape.
ing Mils Fludd "MissHoms.modA*byt.MPr. I
coming Iv42m' Jo Ward, pr* lilies tadh os amI
iide of th SeletdS Cosi, as -
capted Mias M a Isal me PAUW IN gOsRffL
a std body a S Wr VletBOk h1pA P
"I& ne0n0.1cdifi' t Vmraa BMum i at IaL b
NOWCB City.
SStarSligt Scal is He Is a member of Palear.
sparing a whet eot on er'l1 No. 1U. Mrs. F.D.
Friday, Feb. 21, at p.a Shiat M reporter.
Low's Grll on NW h areet. -


The public is invited.
SLATES -UB MAMTTG
au n aimm
ma E-TaN iWial Club
wi ieet today Mt pa. St
as bone o Ma tum Sown
eam, o 441 SR aa 1St.
ibe book ibs e padi fr
Tow mbinrr.
Ts e mobor an alt to bea
pUe. Mrs. laes. lW mra
porter.
-N.
ARLNG AT -
Mrs. Lolk Fa hi bg at
hir Kin.
Friek. hape eat shl
o.ruik" &d & is
sMit Ms F. D. Mt N
iqmier.

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NG SCHEDULED
Juvenile Lodge No. 113
met Saturday, Feb. 3, at
m. at the home of Miss
Fox and Miss Q. V.
of S.W.th Street.
des a to bepaid in


m am n istra the Soviet
Mwnary amiha nw been
reduld wto as k 0a It
was one aboet four times
that may.
Meui te British and
tae bFochh often differ.

I .U -ha m thr own
far mt tin pmas mg
the reatim ndr deNiopeda
urni fl the Worl.
&tuK War Frion Minis.
Itr AeR Home, for
ae*Is, mirbeing more
aMrive hin dMi with up-
ritfi in Eat Africa, Cypnu,
Malaysia and rft Gian
thm t was under Harold
Mamiu aad while Prei-
det de GllDe i following his
oa policy I Africa, Ada,
ad Latde AuMr, at least he
is ghg France in the
warid n d a ot n-avi
t w bMum t o the Uited
States.
tiB 3 NOT, therefore, a
ded picture wolly fav-
oable to te Republicans, es-
pidi hMi the leading Re-
pouiem cm dates for the
predMncy dler with one an-
other about what should be
done abo d .0 Viet Nam,
and trading with e Soviets.
Viet Nam looks at the mom-
eat like the most serious is-
ue before Jounsoi. The war
Is not going well as the
administration pretends (it
ever has), ad we are now


Scranton's Quiet


By IUlARD WIUON
Cef, Corm wAsipa


dairs and liberal b lan
affairs


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Iem k mtm's poMion i the
WASDNTON- -Ia ls J "" R
contact with Gov. W Wllsma,*mu h inS
SC3 antn of Pennsylvaria t l IMn 'Twa
leads to only one concm b r hte Sim Ests
Is. He is, 1In Ova
way. an acdve W the pol pi-
the R e p u blia prudential mariad Stee was not
ominatio. am ed candidate.
He advances step by step. Bt Governor Steveso of
He feels the stirringgs" He IDiM was nominated by the
leaves the way open to be a Dmeratc Party. He made
fui blown candidate rather W a candidate pay off.
than a musre "favorite sM" of tvenmwas at a wide-
Pensylvala if the proper hlykmi g norm,adbyvir-
ee da a m devdop between Of as.mial con
sow and mid-asummer. ni vesi op 'Otm aM-
SarU accuples thie only dori Kdasmr was ib-
hane poaMo In tine Repubh-. caprably bltser on i
lan Party th middle. On Il than the pig or. adM
national issues has been uohr wuas as l asm
rated in the middle range by Genal Ellhonmr. Many
both oemervadve and liberal DMAnerue leads k w *at
graps. As a ongrenam. *y aqwe sPji a lber m
AFLCIO rated him a per Cea hiUIM


cet of its Ideal. Americans
for Democratic Action, the
leo-wing of the Democratic
Pty, pgave him s a po et
raflg. A more conservave
uPp, Americas for COmui.
al Actleo, gavpe hi a U
per cent rating.
W wAs NOT in OC mi
Isag ough for any more con-
ebive judgement on his
potical rientati, but I is
e*lht from what he says and
does that he rarely says
rumn te middle path is
tlde to make him accept-
abs b tthe kind of epubli-
a who supported Dwight
D. Ebisher. Like Mr. Bis-
MMower, Scerato l
hslMi mnoervative n a tsel


IM APPIAlM d I t
Peas a a c' "Nedt t
Pram" In 134 iaed
Bu elhy Ugg 's a-
w east M bw dou Ms -
pFdjeGW ibto piwn-
timal oomtib CoL JacobAv-
ory, ,e- tin hea C
caglo, talt his appearaan
exbildmte i Steveas those
qualtes of ptnal and nm
al kderl@ wl Iten -
bng hi KEaaur ad whr.
Am eri des emp
a pred ill diWae
It ca s a moretmaeo-
lacideal but Goverr
SEratoa s app-eM
a tih hwe-o PC
graa r lat macd y c=-I


ampatgn

parabt o Bat uea
is a ipodtat let of
comparty. t amson asu
at a o.whe wasm
lis diseontp with *e


As mb


itw. isn uu l" am cl
the Now pighe
prove t point bp a mOhed
and Ia a cleghm ino ed
Scaln's poe bis comesI
strwr. $e beo~ml a a
jiWkallbnt for theom
hti, nt ifke minu aob-
OSeliber or BAiMW ad
ma heer i o l4tis.
mANftll iseue, hs
now being'tahe sero-
ly as a geidtipoibl
ity, a&*ou belk not wide.
lybwo. He is be awd
ma. Hies s nreaed in his
views. He is po4 raw mater,
ll for the rapif bli up
which modem ncommunica
times make pul in great.
er i t a M etoiter
SteeM or WllL W&i-
kie emerged frnm the is
wnhInwinS t"

Mare thDa this, Scraon
showh tt he bw how to
exploit with i the big
isme gaist Phi lt Joeh-
80L I1s dlpo thinem
alrfay bea It is that
Mr. Joham hi y be a
hwhelir di-r at but ,
be tkes *4 qIoe of e.I
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Prenuared u It sib b 1 pity Otd


I lek Underlined
S IMe am: It was it
: tdts hat I re
6 thea be SGs fho
:D Satil. waiC.-

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naim p 1f0qui tnts n nyk odhick


thane a laI ui U b. hove M
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watnn a a ,,d v a iU4m
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la d m a m ** s,


3:3 p.
Th d
ftu
full.


The new members are asked
to be present. Miss A. L. Ski.-
mon, present; Miss T. M.
Fox, vice president; Mis R
M. Brown riding secretary;
Master Donald Ross., finance s
cretary; Master Charles Sim-
mous, d plan ; Mrs. Jaceqe-
lia Peterson, assistant chap-
lain; Mrs. P. L Scot, reporter.
GRAN .I-AID
ST. AUGUSTINE A sub.
stantial grant,-ald has been
receive by Florida Memorial
Coege bare frm the Gud 0


CorporaU President R Emore Dealxter, president; Des
Puryer hs arounced. con L. Wells, vie-president;
The Gulf grant Is particular- Mrs. P. L Scott, reporter.
ly welcIme at this time, Dr. -
Puryear declared, as it is hop ALACMUA NEWS
ed that it will serve as an In. RECITAL SET *
centive to FMC's three cat- There will be a musical red
th1et State Bapti Cd venties, tal at the A. L. Mebane High
which in jat canm- School between the Voices of
puS MN* Iy ed ~aIe Clouds from Panama City and
itW, by May L, apportioned the Silver Aires from Camella,
as fb s: Genul elptis, Ga. Other guest singers are:
R, Pmrpe a pt DpIts, The Crown Jubie Singers from
I NK ad MillaMny & Edu- Gainesville, The Gospel Harmi-
sat!, 1ML neers from Lake City, and the
Florid Manoral is me of Wayside Gospel Singers of Ala
w prite FlridS CoUeges chiua.
toracoaGlMaward.tioth- 'e admissionprice; 50 and
er bet Betesms. Oebl Col- 7 cents in advance; at door,
legs at Daytona eah. cents and $1.0.
SH ie sns ai palrt of a total Te public is invited. Dea
award of m ore- i$7 di- coo Joseph Harris, Tim Hines,
flbtsd hls mOtS by Ias G and Southland Singers, spon.
Oil Corpaft to 8 bdsala son. Deaon J. Harris, report-
eti Noro Collges i 13 er.
states, as part of Gu's w mp
hensmve Aid to Educae p-* IMk ANNIVERSARY
gral. The deaconess and the stew
Puo of the grt, as set ardess of the city will observe
forth by th Cmapey, is "to their Ih anniversary jointly to-
Iplpme esemo e wel- day at I p.m. through Sunday
ig of privately p d ml at 3 p.m. at the Mt. Olive
legsM d mvends ad tio A M. I. Church, with Rev. E.
aMWt tIM ib peI rvaem D. Arnold, pastor.
'o iaT iaspiau a op. Be Dpresent and enjoy the rich
aow." lllcwhip. Mrs. Carrie Alen.
To be O igb csmois reporter.
e q li ad e
Iemad, -a atta a m rpea' a htht got
d Sifth M M os ituari et
L alow sMn a. TIM uOs
MG l'A Aid to m len tlu, a flamer rel
fS h we b II Iy uAN of Gainesville died in
i i ree s w a for j Apo st a lingering Il.
delpel io ppm a almid as Funeral arrangements
eG f Pi V=1 p 1n bpropw h e a mounced Wa by We
school, ad to usan s h Duncan others Moridans.
masdq PoialWrt by --
OmL nMv. w. L DKXmUECA
Oterp k dte Guh p. Re. W. L Dickerson o d


Pm hlnu teh lwi i Wll foE.hthAve. died lathe Alacb
chte d ofGi mplindo, i.M Geral Hopital alter a
de awhip, capital ag illness. FUb eral ar-
ants, mdl aty pae rangMntm wl be announced
t amsa later bytheDunc Brothers
mum -
Pau - ILd Mi.l U ERNEsT EVE3rr
ary mids 4 ndhl Fg s wviae far Ernest
*I: 4M Ua a or iJ EVw ett, of X S.E. th Ave.,
am.; id ig saies, :. w be held at tIs Mt. Ove
n pibc isbedi.MIA.. irch Sp in Ha"
aml mor. Friday at 3 pj.. with Rev. E.
nal-aIn D.Ar nmd ofdas Interhmn
W4 6ClMta d M iew thnram Lawn
PSeofm6@dCaenry. His b M.m.t m
se poolAshe Ga awr; Mrs. La
Ga"lfl.h Clvil Red; Ilers,
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approaching new period of
decisai when Waiington is
cosiering whether to cut its
kmse or help the Soth Viet-
aamese carry the war into the
territory of Communist North
VialetNam.
What Is done about bt, and
how Commuist Chi reacts
to either a withdrawal or es-
calatio of United States
force, col change the entire
pichtie, but for the ale be-
ing, Jouirom can look forward
to a debate on foreign policy
in the campaign without too
much apprehend
AFlTE ALL, he is not per.
sonally responsible for the
record, and if the Republicans
wish to emphasize the fail-
ures of the past three
years, they are going to have
to take on the delicate strate-
gy of attacking the steward-
ship of President Kennedy.
No doubt there will be more
trouble in the next nine
months between the Gr eeks
and Turks over Cyprus; be-
tween India and Pakistan over
Kashmir; between Israel and
the Arab states over the Mid-
die East, and between many
of the New African countries
over borders and commerce.
But to argue that the United
States is responsible for all
these squabbles is to argue
that Washington should en-
gage itself in every neigh-
bor's battle in the world-and
this is not likely to be a very
popular argument with the
American voters.
porter.
East Side Church of God is
Christ Sunday School, 1(
a.m.; morning worship, 11 3
a.m.; and evening worship
7:30 p.m. Elder J. C. Carter
pastor. Revival meetings have
begun,
Hopewell Baptist Sunda)
School, 10 a.m.; morning war
ship, 11 a.m.; and evening;
worship, 6:30 p.m. Choir No.:
will have its rehearsal on Wed
nesday, 8 p.m.; and there wit
be choir rehearsal Tuesday
Feb. 25, at 8 p.m. Rev. W. J
Taylor, pastor; Mrs. Agnes Gor
don, reporter.
PROGRAM PLANNED
'hl Undenomlationail Choirs
Union will present a program
entitled "Choirs in Parade" at
the Greater Ft. Clark Ba ptist
Church, Mnday, Feb. 24, at I
p.m. Rev. W. A. Miles, pastor:







ThuSn., Ufmqr 20194 hli-uo Suim 5


'EngineebM &M

Businessman Too'
E Wn L A. Waton had uh saM he hopus to sMn ths da
'drthen", college apineersig whea mn agineer beacmes py-


mrnok maw ioume courts a am u l ate -ts mfI,
in Moaeyd B uking aud Pub-we've uibt to it f start
ke Fo. ta1e m first a MIam
Watson l an eer the major lam.
older of bachelor's and ma. And ed WaS e e the
term's degrees in civil enineer- think te'e n th
ig. i ide d so l they
He s al a director of three i M "be a ttle ~Wt Sl;
bn wft o the date oa Fo-r. I1 gth joe m do
01. He eitated that wiie st
But tl l dlght, Watson ipoe two ye ore thm $5
as the preit of the IrdiS ain ill be spent i Flrid
EnClmeert Society, a he ad- U tlUe g rni.
mreiad lh e l eof 1 per.- "t' tmewei rt ba QF
somatwhtatlocaldchapterpres sMethint outead of Jut
ent BIl Gartner termed "the AGAINST thii," the Utniac
first UaS Engineering Week t florida radote then
Banipqet," heldM at the Galne- "An At pes for a-
vile Country Club. atio, public works, ad pi-
Waton, speaking on the topic e engineeri."
"The BNmBWr Png eai.
looks Ahead" told the ad
ooe4Nrd iawu.,E do- t o L q

at It I al t i U i r
t gJoIth lu dt CS q r. A 4 uvd ii
~at seSea ele wet Dr. Thondie Me,. v D
businessmen 'd Bke to add set to te1 tr tf arids
None a aa i i fwa s. awarded the US. Ans
RiK to *abeli M iew hrN t civil. Uard ior di
Uo*Sabod service at te EDm
Waton empeted toe ned giows Wek b an t h
toprenome te4 glnrIe n Groaini CouwtC lb lht
lesion Unbgh publicrelaUdanigit
"Why, eo r no state'IM i $ w&,bes bea m
of crdinary Johi Des who r. SvilB, WheteeM nat weth
think an agla is just a Pthe wUnivars SlUee Iwas
wiho driesm a train!" he M A rdd the Decorao r Die
"It's thU me mb of ute b
professionu Mbe activeinl61theU. LArmy Capof
vie affairs and public relationsi '
- we ftan't just sitll at ad Dr SAvle receiv'd s o
wait for the phone to ring." rave plae mi pi p
A naive Floriian. Wats for "diati4ulSted aroM t a a
member of* th a Emher
Sabbath Service E si.
S1bat sersic will be held the federal board site UMO
Fri a i0t at B'nai el "De D Mse ture,"o atea
SyB nMuatSp i.m. the leacriptio", "Dr. hl
1hk supog1e is located at made inbh6tariml aik1rlm
SW. dAw. ld lod Ter. to the ol foa mo tisa


Gets T.p
i Award
i i
peirtai to f a veeat
"i aprtind of te over-
d e d 6each erosim
Mi bi dedic4atin to.the pU-
m development of bre pro-
prly a a atonal awet, were
diamnit fatcrs hi develop-
meat ad WaterpretaiW of na-
fnal poy wth rfpect to
fed! ral ,i saore
he ward ib uWWdby CyruM
Va Scr of Anny.
It w ld by Vape before
is rtrmentis arol weeks
Sub Named
LaN4 (AP Brtain's
Iat k lerts d uble is to
Ibe 1"d the o TM
I esto do A* be'lai
-t wek i


APi rt'& Turbon5 I
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g iW tl 1 iIR b sleli m
lM i ilu sh
NN l aw imnt rea il u i h o7
,ait il a bn io il t -hri n sd o al I, o i.
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Wedding of Mib Nancy Le.
'oe Cello, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Roy DeWitt of LaeCrosse,
to Gerald James Woits, Clear-
water, 4 pmn., St. Augustinl
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DEAR ABBY: We need your help naMti a afment.
What is the proper way to get a waiter's attention? Is it all
right to strike your glass with a kife ow about -pp-
kg your fingers? Also, is it bad makers to whistle a short
and not too loud whistle?
DON nmdDORA
DEAR D. ad D.: Srirg M's glass would site ad
say everyem k the rueunsm g the wer.
happhla e t fibenrs k hr Ia dS, ad whildn tl fr
r rbis. ~hly y, "Wailer, plee."
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DEAR ABBY: How does a tyewa ld girl tel her own
father she doesn't want him at her wedding? I want my
mother there (she is a saint), but my father makes a fool of
himself every time he gets near liquor and I know what
would happen if he were at my wedding. I want a church
wedding with all my friends and relatives, and my oldest
brother could walk me down the aisle. I know I found se-
fish, Abby, but I also know that I will not be deprived of
the kind of wedding I want because of my father. And I
can't take the chance of having him get roaring drunk and
ruin everything. What would you do? IMPASSE
DEAR IMPASSE:,! w d lAte my ad comply l my
do ad fears, ad ia, it be p ided to sty er


THURSDAY EVENING
5: Bet e Grbcie
Riverboat
:5Xa GreateBt D esom
5: 8 Newscope
5:5 LAcal News, Sports,
Weader
: : SesM Ahune
ONews, Spor,
Weather
:U Chammel Five News
,:t 06 News-Walter QrIkt
OperatiAlhmbet
BrNmeeyy,
7:1 Rflema
*Te Sister." Lucas meets
pretty newcomer Rebecca
Snjpe, whose two tough
---rothr don't find the
* Mleasur utal. Lucas:
a..gi. Qre. ,Rebecca:
:.: I:. Ja"ofl. Mark:
T. Crawwod.

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8:1l QC ats Wrtg
1:31 a Dr. EKlNe
Suzanne Pleshette in
"Goodbye, Mr. Jersey,"
a comedy.
a0 CIO" CNI
1: 0 Perry MaNw
'"I Case of the Fifty
Millionth Frenchman."
In love with Ninette Ro-
vel, Phillipe Bertain gives
her the money she asks
for-awd which her ls-
band gets. Mason: Ray-
mood Burr. Deli Bar-
bara Hale. Drake: Wil-
HIam Hopper. (N min.)
Great Compesers
9:3 O Had
(Color) "Democracy at
Work." Hazel makes plans
to get a raise from Geo-
rge. Haze Shirley Boot
George: Dof DeFore. Har-
*.,BB Buntrock.

ItW l raft Supese
("olor) 'TNe Action of;
l the Tiger." Imprisoned in
Nazloecupled France, an
SAerican pilot is forced
to make some important


al day, I wM ht lh wet m-don 'a shL. I we
I t Ieole sM w eqlet I dsta-hey r ly hSppdhi
u. Mg other a be walltg the ins II d letIs
yoa down. But Pd bet a Di ad t he.
DEAR ABBY: I am 5, an bono stud4 *ag ii tbe dcach
chair and am considered pretty. My pares are the ba
n the world, with ome mepi Thy never Ia a hartom.
heart talk with me. Abby, I k ..ahis is hard to beliwm, a-
everything I learned about a I had to leam on my owa
Because there was no mention o thi edct a hom e, I wi
too asamsd to bing it up ihou there e so Oy tNhi
I wanted to know. The hibe wa ll grew thic r betw
my paretai and mi aid IWeame a very cureus, e li ad
susceptibl girL rom what I have id, yoe cm gm
I would make very easy prey-and I d. I d't know if I am
pregnant or not I ust pray to God I'm met I know w human
being other than you to confide in. Abby, Ilove my parno
and I am not blaming them for what I did. I brought it all o
myself and deserve whatever happens. I am only writing this
as plea to parents, especially moer, to get to w their
teen-agers before it is too late. God bless you, Abby, for print.
ing this, if you do.


decisions for the first
time in his life. (a min.)
Cast
Major Sanford, Stephen
McNally; Beret, Telly
Savalas; Hollister, Peter
Brown; Ursula, Ull Jae-
SMNesr-Orma
"Imperfect Prodigy." Al-
though highly regarded as
a physician, Dr. Ski is
making enemies because
of his habit 1 openly
criticizing his colleagues.
Mrs. Thorpe: Sirl Coh -
way. ( 0 min.)
11:3 News, Weater, Spfrt
News
SLacdal News (CoWle
ll:fi 8 Mnie
"Tille and us." (I33)
When a girl's father dies,
his lawyer loots the es-
tate. W. C. Fields All.
son Skipworti, Baby dLe-.
Roy. (8 mini)
U.2 B (Color) MItNy
Cars
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7:3 Today
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7:U RAger Bad
7:N News
8: Captain Kangarep
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TEBN-AGER ALONE
SReoaper Deem
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MI Say Wme
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SWaldo NMbris
1:25 News
I3:U Wen For WFrd
ILa. ve Lcy
SPrice is Right
11:F1 S Ubssg Unk
Pete Al Gladys
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Ads: What Help Is Wanted


a NItm fork ItmE
WASHINGTON There
was "help-wanted" ad in the
newspaper the other day for a
anir vibration analyst He
wa needed to establish a ama*
thematIc" system for determ-
ng Tbraloe renvi ments of
launch vehicles, and the mnal
type of the ad read as follows:
"Respomsibilities call for air-


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and vft alysis, lovl aw sumbled into this ad
in extrapolation of environ- for a vibration analyst and felt
meot from Individual mp the wll to fight on drained out
aents in the launch vehicle tothem wit t re linzati that
ll more. ed vehicles eterprise n gr enough
Snow in design stages."
Not too many years ago, a
ll Tis is the kind of thing that hungry man with wit, ga aad
makes the 4 d-tentieth century negligible experience could
* such a difficult age to love. It fake his way into a good many
of the positions he saw offered
in the newspapers. "ure I cam
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-ame maa nowadays sayp
g. "aure I can 0lye hvi
Uan," or, V"gve m a dic
ad IM extrapl*te eviroBmemt
from uhaivde eoip.. to
the launch vehicle to still Imre
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you've never ser emnei
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aevm kn mwWamt aiba m
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G8E, rv design, aten-
na lhat design and pad ele
trial systs," and in "solid
state aualodigital circuity"
"ree-tine data processing and
"waverform analysis."
It eems to be Impossible to
get work of any sort nowadays
without pawims in "sysN
termss" "iWht are "systems?"
lie ads refer to "system pro-
nosals," unmanned systems,"
"hiure sytist, systemm em-
polying offensive weapons in
spam," "systems decisions,"
"lad Systl-" -s," or sy.
te kildkg block," ad "tar-
get lSi."
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ad hlpwa 4 ad, "ten' y
work a eim at you
think t tao s e labiysem.
tht mu bh a blrmg mr
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UF Librarian
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aMdt tie W9er.1
sily flS nrida's Itune ibary.
liema Urrysersthe
acuityy o the Agriculral Ex-h


percent Stations m nd the stu-
dents and faculty of the Col.
leoge o Agriculture.
Banett joinsthe UF staff
from the University of Arizon
where he served as librarian
since 1VA
he Hume Library is in the
new McCarty Hall complex and
contains more than 50,000 vol-
unes.


OPEN
Doily 9:30 o.m.


* 26 LADIES WOOL BLEND
COATS, WERE 19.99 69.99
NOW 15.00 .50
0 JUST 12 LADIES CAR COATS &
TO RS, WERE 17.99 45.00
NOW 13.00 -30.00
* JUST 24 LADIES FALL & WINTER
SUITS, WERE 17.99 79.99
NOW 13.00- 55.00
C dut S*t ShIp"

LAST WEEK OF WILSON'S
MIDWINTER FUR SALE!
I MINK STOS, Reg. 29.00, SALE 199.00
1-MINK STOLE, Reg. 299.00, SALE 259.00
2 MINK STOLES, Reg. 449.00, SALE 399.00
3 MINK STOLES, Reg. 499.00, SALE 449.00
t MINK STOLI, Reg. 599.00, SALE 499.00
14 MINK COLLARS, Reg. 34.00, SALE 29.90
1 MINK-DYED SQUIRREL STOLE,
Reg. 139.00, IALE 119.00
COUNTII OF OmIN U.S.A., SW bN e IUsSIA


Fw tebs Wep d


JUST 12 UTLE IOYS ROBES,
I Wem2.99-3.99 ........... MOW % CE
JUST 17 LITTLE IOYS SUPPER SOCKS.
Weoe 1.99.3.00 ..............N. OW 1.00
24 TODDLERS & UTTUlE IOYS JACKETS,
Were 3.99-9.99 ......... OW %. PRICE
40 TODDLERS & LITTLE DOYS SUITS & SPORT
COATS. Wn 6.99-12.99 ... NOW 5.007.
10 TODDLES & LITTLE IOYS SLACKS.
Were 1.983. ...........I.. NOW 1.5&400
0 TODDLERS & UTLu IQYS WNTER CAPt
Were 1.98 .................... NOW .00
100 TODDLERS LITTLE bOS
Weoe 2.99-4.99.............l.mO
-JUST 14 LITTLE OYS RAINCOAtS
-. Were1.98 .................. NOWl0
.45 TODDLERS & LITTLE BOYS SWIM
TRUNKS, Wo. 1.29-198 ........ NOW c.

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10 TODDLER b UTTL e RLS COATS &
CARCOATS. Were 299-24.99. MOW PIC
40 TOm DDLER LmTIT IRS DRiu S.
Were 1.98-12.99 ........... NOW PRICE
40 TODDLER & LITTLE GIRLS ILOUS OR
SKIRTS, Were 1.59-4.99 ..... NOW 5k-.OO
-25 TODDLER &L UTTLE GIRLS SWEATERS.
Were 1.994.99 ........... HOW PICE
.15I TODDLER LITTLE GUR IROIS.
Were 2.99-7.99 .......... NOW PRIC
to TODDLER & LI UTTL GILS PAJAMA &
S WeS 1.99-5.99....... NOW 1.00-4.00
90 TMaN UTTL GIRLS SHORTS &
: SWIM S~S. W 1.99.4.95 .... NOW 1.00
,. 4 T U fon GIRLS
S Wei .994.99 ........... MOW O W
is TOmm,& f nm GIRLS WIK NATSI,
W .2.2..99 .............. NOW S10
WT e 15 U ...GIRLSSUPPER SOCKS .
WoeI.99-2.50................ NOW 1.00


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FINAL


* 175 MISSES', WOMEN'S
AND JUNIOR'S DRESSES
WERE 8L99 45.0
NOW 1/2 PRICE

o87 MISSES', WOMEN'S
AND JUNIORS' DRESSES
WERE 14.99- 42.99
NOW 800-200,


@40 MISSES
EVENING
WERE 14.99
NOW


' & JUNIORS'
DRESSES
- 65.00
1/2 PRICE


Donsm g r-2WFo


44 BUBBUE BATH IN D VASE,
Were 88c..................


NOW 39


JUST 12 BUD SOAP IN VASI, Were 1.00, NOW 5%


26 HAND & D01SSR MIRMtOS
Were1.69... .;............


..... NOW 5


JUST 12 3-WAY MIARS,
Were 3.98...........P....... OW CE


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40 JUNIORS & MISSES IMSIWS,
Weoe Z99-10.99 ........... NOW 1.5
60 JUNIORS 4 MISSES SKIRTS,
. Wo 3.99-12.99 ......... NOW
75 LADIES SHORTS. PDAL PUSHIRS &
SLACKS, Were 5.99.17.99 .... NOW
27 LADIES JACKETS,
Were 5.99.10.99 ........... NOW 3.C
63 LADIES SWEATERS,
Were3.99-79.99 ........... NOW
JUST 12 LADIES 2PC. SETS,


0-6.00


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PRICE


Were 5.99-14.99 .......... NOW rPRICE
JUST 12 LADISB TE SHKIlR,
Wn 1.994.99 .......... NOW 100-2
*45 LADIN SWEATERS
Or8.99-.199 ............... SALE 5.9
Were 5.99-19.99........... NOW PRICE
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100 Ladies Budget DRESSES,
Were 3.99-6.99,
NOW 2.00-3.00
17 MATERNITY DRESSES,
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140 GIRLS & YOUNG JRS. iMOUI & SKIRTS,......... re 9 -7.9, NOW Sk 4.00
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21 DOYS lROS, Were 3.98-4.98. NOW 1.00-.00
BOYS NOVELTY PLAY SETS,
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CLEARANCE OF 400

SLIPS, HALF-SLIPS,

GOWNS, PETTI


PANTS,


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ROBES


MANY OF THEM


EXCLUSIVELY YOURS AT


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FORM AND OTHER
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BRAS & GIRDLES


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* Indicos Spciaoy Purchased Item Priced Like
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FINAL REDUCTION


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(THEY'RE ALL


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MEN'S SUITS


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* 27 "KUPPINHEIMER"
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Raising


May


Boom


0


Alachua


County


W1 tOn I K ucky Durby wimr be hor mar Nw-
berry r Alacha?
It's aD pommhe if a Palm Beach rel etate ma, Hery
L Cole, ha hi way.
Cole ha st out more thm MM Mirated eiu adM
whit leenrs to hommme, trends at t*lu. s-
Uited StaMs, foDoi te virtues of tree choic po
andcve to raring horsmi m Alacha CL.
la ppersi are:
No. I-Cme Wr, m aS bt ree Ar. At
of Newbery.
No. 2-CaO mb- acre located W hm w-
bury ad Alamhusa Ros 25.
No. 3Tr am tract-M acre about 3% af a mith
ofAladns.
Cle daldy ha taka a a frst spte bd up Albu
CO. a a sakm epeim te y away fArm Marim
Co., wl is I e achaledied tate caste of hme firu
h FrM a W u e, hem lor me ye- s nw, is rated
em a per wlk 6he WM Grman cery d lemcky.
Some two or three years ago Cole old a parcel d omlad
the Mioper Road to Ivman Pare, stod tra whae
bore Hoop, Jr., wa sthe Kenucky perby l f.


The PukemuweSawbehoK PubPrm=6
mvi Sb e chdm bedmu ma Puke hu
tS~Seahk rmeginwi, dtchrbto A u












*13Ina lot eto the W E M tile:
"Rt k in my can~did bopi. i a maile of thme Wor
tubu mq otw~l rep=m thevabo nmd diariufdAhc
Cm#otyad kpegin Set
"Ik eqaie ad m bt 3 cii b3 liei Nb
MiRLTh ae G~wq. Ahob IdblhAbhel.(w h
90 eaujuath L 1f1ims y, Me ulyhg


Graves Formula:,


Heavy Contact


By MARTY SlRAMM
n Byarts WrderN
Ray Graves ha turned ba l-
let mater.
The Florida head coach has
found the bet formula for keep-
lng bit footbaB Gatrs on their
toes duing time annual prac
tice "Rites Of Spring: plenty
of crunhbing, haiaeocki ag
The Gaton went at it again
yWtea therthird day of
ring patice stre
be-vy-eomt grop workouts.
And the Gater footbaens
have been getting a lot o eper-
lence from a baseball bat -the
one Tom Shannon is currently
wogingin ate of attteadag
spring foon orats
With Shauon now a member
of the Florida baseball team,
Graves has had an opportunity
to concentrate on his other sig-
nal callers.
"Of the four fellows we've
had working w t at quarterback
this spring," said Graves,
.Jimmy Hai has been .th
odt consistent player-both of-


am ma L
. Impreaed
felively and defensively. He's
looked real od so far."
Hall a placekicking specia-
st last year, has been divid-
ing the quarterback chores
with detsve wh Bruce Ben-
bIty iaephen, and
Steve Spurrier, the lar up


ftm




I T

fan


lw


Cedar Key


Is Assured


Of Crown
Are g school, wrap up chard le m it actt. a
rar s ep m t Is recuperating from
a trio of paMe next Monday an injry.
ght, omumew and Saturday.
Cedar Key is asred the re GmSluvl High Schoola
gular season crown. The W withal tartar. Pa-.
Marks are 18-1 nd sho d Jacksov'.tl, *a
No. Io raiidg eto1 m t
bo ,the 'Condolel.at
Traton, looks safe for P walopl Ja Lee t
ruminmp haoors, sce th T* i at otdg Md dWt
os host Wlrlisol. raled a cotader fr state Clas
e TrtU AAb marel. Pm icoah1
But Santa Fe, third carry by Tn Wasi, a Walds native
a a record, may face and former G1i sh idl.
troa e from Starke's revived P. L Yomge s to Lake Bt-
Trnedoes. Te Rebels had a ler where the Be Wave rates
ruggl time beating the Brad- as a favrte over the Uni.
ford Co. five earlier in the a- Co. Tlgs. The PKY qubtet
SwhM they bad forward wil sek tI wind p q .t Lake
_________Butler ta a fu 164 record
in thefray.m
lOOCars Bhor- aie m aC bel
for the msed th thu ti week
atoatLeTDhBiDWI CLBS
HaveYet we byapoWlatTbotyoa
a basket wi tm seemed t6 pR6
To he ENhs hopega to ret n the
o i y favor. Tbe a an awe Ia4 ad
tBrone. 14-?:
DAYTONA BMACH (API) Other act-l amONow wTA
ome 1 cars have yet to talk nAndBelat iadrI at QOlf-
thir qallfyig nm for the big land at iNort Marit. O Sai
race at the Dayton Inte rday. Me pla at aw.
ioal Spalr- tisweha th
inMrap got a to worttody tif w 'ilSp ha
to dock drives qualiyiqg r tm Iap Put aM
ltsaly 23- milaoe nItial Greetno 10.1
d tavathip modif led adpe t d m t 2l in b l ay-
WomanMpohaFarY tm13ulmSt ?at S a
as Imp w onead S. t Sa UI
on Wl tary to faclily for isIa
she "oWrracmoR Friday. -V g A
ea p sheraseae ..u e a
rM 's raesm wi qialiay fmr sas A
h. ( Rebl Roberts d U J.


eldoSm pramvwS t t
Dow Me mt ea atb ack m i
it3sea 3 or hm r'a....y."a.- M
or oggd o I^ M, A*n X"?POW l


I.
t*


m the fredan iqbad.
Grave abo singled half.
ck Dick irk and LYM
M,.,. am um a=,.
"Lym MatIews has been
tti real had so far," he
iW. "And Dick Kirk ha bok.-
i thruh for omae fine rs."
The ad Gator added that
*s team is working toward a
N acrimmnap Saturday afte-
No-thet of the young
ractice eason.
"We expect to get a good
ook at ome of our younger
dent Saturday, he said. "This
Sour immediate goal,"

Gator Does

Roll Aga

For No.10
Gator Dos made it 10 In
irw In a atl united
Lea betbaD -B with
at nigt at Galsaueille High

I ae ter gam at GMU
- Central Florid Gas Jesm,
3-. At P. K. Yoge, Duke
..e.. ed oa C ,
. I other gnue et to
Ie Deparitt via fodt ov-
r animd Bearn.
Pal Waao ld th Does
ith pe and Dick' Odo
,d IL Bi D,, bad a ,
Dom Fmd bad f31 CWA
ad Doyle Itnas PurYb
Imie V GaJet.L 1
Alan Bin hit 1 for the Im-
bam Win Ula PatxBed and
M Wier had 15 ah for
Pen Cheu h
u tUwM OWI. l54
Ot. 6-tk 11 ted t 01-
" uM;O. fmt Oft Sod, nW
1; -W, 3". JTd 44 w*.. I4
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Im byn um
D2 LWMiW 11 1 u s-9
Pm aim a t an-a
GATOR OCS Om 11-1- M
Waes Ma M&l Mu..
Wse 6M*. LU On AS.M
TIPOFF as UB D a 7-l m
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M" 100" 1-t 4m 4
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IAS JETS P UO3664k PU
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. Aft 43 11M-4

Redskins Get

New Coach,

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bIulm 1 1AMk e Ab ad it bSe tb wlmb ims .
UThe p ftsu 1bP d Abckhm *
as* 6*oe&*W dg deshISdam Ui vhSel

"Do aot ere my tia to men mat aldd Ah-
cu Cty o pdod m il for brm. It t, bst
Miwer all d Mira Om*.


l b," N "a64 r mi 6* pawsi e.


Ma ~-y nd i wr w te yses hav y to iP
MaM 60 the lat blI ym e I o fd m4cemSm d
fim kJms in F la' dat ml Omd um a t mng
the 12 athe Ued Staes. Rter baekgrnftd M li
ie College of Agaureu at he Univerity of Miour where
a NBS Aridbe wa ikterup by World War IL Ags, I
do mot paeci be ne azpWt by ny andrd, but fed
th my ited arIaeI rin MUa-Cn kso, c l ed
wi amy eawim, Sit taa 1is em y poeilly that mse
marm hbe givso mit cdald Ie ca be @e in thet
pioe qur frm Aeit r the Gabme One m d Con-




Gato]


COUPLE OF FLORIDA CHAMPS
... Carry Back (L), Needle


Bonnies Lose


'Preview Tilt


Dy TNED Mi l~ef. but eanual get my
Amied Pr pt Wit er as DePaul averted
"I we had to l t ToPa straight fm dws.M


it's just as wdwe got beat now
inted Of in te IT.,
Maybe Larry Wse, coach of
Sthe avare college ab-
kta team, dit my thee
words Wadnesday nightR bt he
'mWh have r the Boonles
last to DePd fo the firs& time
ever, 1-.
It was a sort of preview
dof a pole rematch i next
month's National Invitation
Bomes had accepted a bid to
the ITr. DePal, nth-anked
natniay in IThe As eiad
Prme pol, had been ou d
lethr ts.week.
Lab 114
The Obe Demon, beaten by
the Bonaes 7147 laest season
and in three odaer previous
games, withltood a late raDlly by
te Bo es before 4, at their
Am Gym in Ccago.
Be d by 11 points the Bo -
.-. suged to winhi thee
-a1 a S -N win hro i.es


Frd Crawford with pots
MDe of thmab e Ie raly,
led the boys from Oesa, N.Y.,
Dave Mil topped DePit wh
Z
In note game 13vS
imne-dbord teaa, PKtI n3
the NIT, -bpp Teqe a
the NCAA, MW. aville, abo
in tbheNChaNbkd.SL r-
c*, Pa.,(W
COLLEGE RESULTS
iab ILa a Vh x
MMIWI ML T 9ktf
LasS ca. 11
cob* % ft ba. "
aIL J Paw.n t. m, a
Lup U LW a
PFr*im L a.a ML Y. M
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man 84 e.. ea
came n ma *
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fham U. & t ,a* n a
Cmra awr, x. Dwuftb 7
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IMF au. Ia S adS U


By 158 AOCA0 D PRESS
Evmie's firse lead
oer waa cut te a
-* pe and Abmpth's
yao..ad admad two
place to fort la this wrsi
AsNocated hNe -ge

Evasvi plled Sve first
paaes pobts the bal-
lt gby aspemalpadeldof
regi-oal asaletr. Crwghiig
Oda.d e.o vae tflrt S
-a. nS 3 Awkm,.


172 Coaches Sign


I


AW^

,~'^ in. (^ -.so
f


Sme 1m UNO achotl ad I d No. 4I hthe state
pa decho la m-WarehatebJa-

--~ ~. l h i hl
ipe as far thi r umk B
aHm @A* -- am g 7m
9I matbr al a dt Im Wd Webn a atMb
poa ISMS ob y bbab

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SM, ia; : Mk amft -
tebMus MI&Tar, M
sGa b ubealPt Mi .
Mat AWTt t filO* k

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illaodmig how
gak U a a



an maeh-sem aar


at fom -%Ua b

6 Ma atIlYW 6
OW. Pbad Sdonm-
ash behdoaas"

It miw tb M"-a


To d 1 ~ st
T aiL"Tt


mere w the Ad y Coawy Cumberf Cam m (Vf mub
its) or a Committee o .
"Endmdl ymS wl find lor additsaw wUic
may be d taret l t yo. I 'lddd aM t M M thdm
rodB.hr kve e m to heramen, reWrs, treks
an owver t UStd Stale.
Hwry L OCl


Exceptional Brochure

tbe hure, k eddmtaiys, s dl pt toAfler, a wmt&M
source of a mtsu ont for Ab Conty. It ist ras
style ad jarg all tied to the area.
It guesu ma naderstmet b say kSat the emMg W
-tes fmar to Abcd d. will pre a tbMlat to
erim. Thmumn vton irs r Fida sip at Oamia s
Usr ae h.lS torm tre; may bamb thi e m d
eee Neeas or Cary eek, be& Derby vicn,
th Dfieas.
It is hoped that both Cole and Alacua Co. wil buft,
that the Palm Beach farm breer' dream is realized,
Can't you soot hear, i the distance, the lead rite, p
bugle smetg the cal to the poet


L's


to


Play




Twice


Florida's new Southeastern 11 teams and made the confer- Skinner of Vanderbilt complain.
Confeee ibkbeD achedle e's divisional basketball i- ed that bthe transfer would give
w find the Gaors batting ignmet mpractcal. Kentucky a better chance.
o the pe atoptemI 'The question either to Kentucky, Tech and Tnne-
a i t quire league games to be play ee currently are battling for
was reveale toda. ed on campuses arose hen Au- the SEC championship. Tech's
Coes met in a special se- m um ansferred its Saturdayl aup app pqojaipltA
so at Bminghami, Ala., yes. test with Ke cky from Au end of the year.
te adothe n ew coachesRay MU. of Tea. Auburn athletic director Jeff
a e, Whack Hyder of Ge- Beard said it's nobody's busi.
m0 T. ,la TeHe B McCarhy o ess but'Auurn's where the
I Twiee Misssippi State and Tigers play their games.
-- & --- h*Jal* *i ^ _


a hools playeig x it ams
te ech ad four others one.
The six s ools to be met twice
wl be a nabmeandome hla-
The Gators, represented at
yesterday's meeting by Coach
Norma Sloane, wi play Ken-
tucky, Tennessee, Auburn,
Georgia, Misissippi State and
M lsppi twice a year and
Vanderaht, Alabam LSU and
MTulem ace each.


Ar oe th lemuol ra towd
Sc tom esept Vawdiran
are theGats slate for
The SC coamche voted to
table a remolutmon w h would
payed eampu.
Mob Nma-
fte icrase Be n of
ferms gan ad h. ex-
iisn of Gorgia Tech was
made mmeay by Tech's with-
dawal frm the DiMe Dom
Juat ma .
SThemovebft th SEC whI


All Is Rosy


As Liston,


Clay Meet


MIAMI BEACH (AP)-Heavy-
gt Champi S&W Ums
and chae Casin Cy
buateed to tear each other
apart if they pm met In pul
before their scheduled Feb.
title match.
It happened Wednesday. They
met fae to fae n puh t.
A crowd of sae 70 persons,
presunmuably m*e mult of word
Dread by fight publity men,
-ahml outside st's tram.
g beadquarters at Surtfde
Civie Ceater, awa-i te 9 w
ntou mitt


Clay arrived.

Atographers arrived.
e crowd teamed.
Lst extended a limp hand.
Clay shook it
Ulto blew akin toward
Cay, caing him his '"milio
tlar baby,"
Clay went home.
lst wt inside to train.
Later, the champion tele
phoned Timy Smith of Dayton,
Ohio. The 14-year-old boy was
i win maclar dystrophy and
a friend ask9d Listn to aend
him a picture.
The champion agred -and
weat one better by telephoning
the youth ad, Aduring qthe con
vM ation, predicted It wul
talmke between one and hre
ro ds for him to put Clay down
for the coat.

Interested In
Baseball Loop?
Cities ierested in placing
teams in a Central Floida
Baal league this -umer
are asked to contact Pete Hen-
deaonu at 374414 la Gainesville.
Th league operated with
Stare, Archer, Newberry, Ce-
dr Key, Ocal. WilMsto and
Gaisve last year.


Evansviule had 172 pois ad
Grambling aI.
TMnd Phe
Pa American r"ane 1
third place followed by Amnp
I, Washington L Lb,
Hoitera, Kentlcky Weeyal,
Yoalntwn, Wittemberg agd
Western Carolina.
EvavU d defeated DePa
and St Joseph's of adia last
week for a record. Gr
bg is 2-1 followed vitoris
or o Tea lStos So d Arkts
AM .I


for Clinic


Tech mil tweo ar seth
bI the Army in-temted 1i
OL Rerintg UiMUMIfe,
maas rend Ms da-
o a Troy (Ala.) 1tot
edim ad cOaqMd os
hAs em wg -N*

alcs ure -,a oia

H-.- -I j
km as Ieta at No= dirr



so Iam Imof

.ota 0heeP b -as
hd bimabm t sar
gjmmOk t OEM

m- en a tm hafM
Wma d toa y


days. AmMg th w
Wade Water, Jack MkteB
and DeWit Weaver at Tea
TA. Weave s hm left
aching b r private keb
sad bt Waler k wa
'* M iM1- mDu
bbE ,at Slu, US-,H
aI m a mm "abme
af be -cw Na
-S-r CO
ad m pcal b
sft w bahi. o*mrfle



w rhmba esaalmil
a obflltlekd Wb



A-M &Mi C-


Madeaid hMa wi eS

terUBlBHaXu-


Top Clubs


Grumbling Moving Up

On Evansville in Poll


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Fires Big




655 Series


Fmrak Gapo, S & C Tile and


". rrman-o, came up with a big
S seat Palmn Lanes last
night. His 214-2S-1 showed
. the way in the Night Owl

Dick Hnom Central Florida
Office Supply, had 211-5 222
.-61 and Cy Kopecky, AFRO-
TC, totaled U on 103-2 .
The latter game was high sin-

AFROTC was hot with 10M
1014-101-312. Manor Motel
woundup 1021-951- 105M O
and that was matched by SC
'Tile which hit 107-105-1005 -
S 3030. Edwards Building Sup
plies had" a 1 lgh gEame.


Splits were mas by Johnony
Even, Manor Motel, 6-7;
and Joe Vislay, Edwards, 5-10.
Marion Elder led the Sperry
loop at Palm Lanes with 2S3-Il-
105- I Lod Padusak ehad W1


1" --K Paul
231 high single.


Marin had a


" Basketball

I Attendance

Increasing
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
College basketball attendance
has increased about 12 per cent
this season on the basis of fig-
u from nine major confer-
ences.
: Comparative figures compiled
today by The Associated Press
showed an increase over the
same period of the 1962-3 sea-
son, except in the Miur Val
Missouri Valley officials ex-
pected the final figures to com-
pare favorably with thope of
.. last season since several slout
games are to be played.
S The South.ea+st roafeence
reported the bj .'p n .3
with a jump from an average o
.' 4,614 for 131 games last season
to 6,349 through 103 games s
of Feb. 15.
The Atlantic Coast Conference
was next in line 'tb an in
crease from 5,175 for 4 game
,,. to an average of 570I for 41.


Crush oed" ldmw 1111sim
-3152 and Merrymakers had
a l1 hgh single. Spis were
made by John So estrom, 5-
7-9; Dave Gulsler, 5-7; Harry
Fisk, 5-10; Gary Eley, 5.10;
Ray Chambers, 5-U; Padsmak,
34; Tom Parrish, 5-7; and
Frank Hargrove, 2-10.
Eleanor Todaro of Ace Elec-
tric was high in the Triple Trm-
bers loop at Palm Ianes with
174-1374-3- The 34 was
igh single. Doe Davie Bank
of Newbery, had 471 and Toby
Rutledge, Bank of Newberry,
had 452.
Bank of Newberry had a 1326
series and Ace Electric a 473
high game. Mrs. Todar made
the 5-7 pliL
more more
Bette Sprow of CocaCola was
high in the University City Wo-
men's League at Palmn Laes
last night with a m ot 583
series. e had gpa n of 4-
1-l0. Her 2 m W Igh sig-
le.
Gwen Dulaney, Gold Coast
Restaurant, hit 56; Magi Rob-
erts, Gny's Hairstylists, ;
Elma Newman, First Federal,
531: Fran Taylor, Bron's Tex-
am Service, 53; Joyce Ward,
t~mn%, 521;' Charlotte McEl-
wain, Coca-Cola, 20; Norma
McClelan, Budweiser, 514; and
fyrtice Gay, Rutherfords, 510.
Gimny's totaled I- 10
101-"M while First Federal
had a 1012 high. Splits were
made by Ruth Cappe, Giny's,b
5-7; Marion Nieland, Brown's,
4-10; Irene Kirby, Coca Cola,'
5-7; Wanda Underwood Jones-
Johnon, 4.1; Joan Sadtrm,
Jo-nesJohnson, 54-10; Marge
Minor, Morley's, 54; Mae Hill,
First Federal, V7; and Mrs. Du-
laney. in7 d 4.10.


As helatel Spftl Witer
DurabM vq Da de a,
the onlyp ae sIM doiag
u n, he spring
training with weak eg, a
str arm a dieamied

DeBusschere ied hs base-
ball contact with the Chicngo
White So, Wedamdq, then re-
ceived pm i fnrifm the De-
trot PistoIs # the Nai alM
Basketball Asato to lem
the cluband Head for spring
training. I
DeSusshire has been side-
lined moat of ihe NBA mseon


with a broken leg reedvd In a
game against Philadelphia, Nov.
C He returned to the line-up in
Jam ry but agfavated the In-
jury, and ha been sidelined
ever since.
Until the injury, DeBusschere
had taken a caplet big steps
in hi' bakeball career, and
was average 8.6 points a
gPne. He has taken only uncer-
tai te I hi his bid to break
int the White Sox' pitching roa-
tation.
A 23year-old right-hander,
DeBmchere was used u a spot
starter and as a reliever for the
White So las year-h second
in the majo-and compiled a


Warriors ie ex. Aid


From the Unexpected

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S S Frananciso's championship
minded Warriors are reeving
valuable aid from a couple
highly expected sources.
The Warriors have moved


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By JERRY SCARBROUOG A 4 high school football
quarterback -who -
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) some col-eg pgrM- ccs
Eddy Jacktso, the ta est mm OCU, with a line-up that av-
er of the iteole bask erages from oot4 to a frac.
baMU tem in theounty, M a tis ,n6 ^ e
mot s diversified a he s which five p- er-s g the st-r
long. Ing call, was named Wednesday
The 7-foot center for OUa- as the 10th at-large team for
homa City University, a lean the NCAA Tournament. The
220-pouder with a quick wit lanky Jackson is e of th big
and a ready smile, is or has reasons.
been all these things, in o set He is the team's second lead
order ing scorer with a 14point aver-
The first 7-footer to play at age and is the top. ebooader'
OCU. And on a team which abomdo
The first Negro to play at with professional prospects, be
OCU. is the only om to actay re-
One of the most succeful ceive a feeld frm aNatial
soft drink salesmen in Okla- Basoketball Asmedati sam at
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further ae their two West-I
eran Dision ll s the
past two thanks to the
Nationl ask Assci-
tion's cellar teams-New York
and Detit. Sa Frmancisco now
leads enpl S. Louis by
two gams and third ace
Anges y5% game.
ThI Warriors stopped Cinch-
natiX Islgme ,winng streak
1m8-1 Wednesay nigt whDe
last-plac New Yak of the
Eastern Oivisin outscored St.
Louis 114114 anl lastpee Dr-
troif West edged Lo An-
gela 116B 5

New ork. leaked by la
Angeltes da night 118-117.
In thi other NBA game


San Ftacins ued am a m-
mal deae.ive maneuver in
hadhingt leagX bgant wla.
oing a oJ e assease.
Wayne gthter who eormal-
ly plays guarded Os-
car R ertson a baeeumt
man.
Roberon sil shared D


brought New York to within two
points 844.
Legg Shot
Finally, with 5:41 left In the
game, Len Chappell sank a long
p shot, putting the Knicks
ahead to stay.
Bailey Howell's tip-In with 14
onds remaining kept Detroit
from setting a team record for
losses in one .mmo and


34 record with a 3.11 earned
run average in 24 games.
DeBusaciere, who became the
last of the two sport men when
Gene Conley of the Boston Red
Sex and New York nicks gave
up his basketball career, was
given permission to leave the
Pistons by Detroit owner Fred
Zollner.
"'lie team physician has indi-
cated it wil take two or three
weeks for DeBusschere to com-
pletely recover from the leg in-
jury," said Zoller in explaining
his decision to let DeBumehere
go. "By that time the basket-
ball season will be over."
The opportunity to leave the
Pistons will samble DeBuchere
to round into baseball form"
even though his leg is weak,
and prepare for a full-ecale as-
salt on a starters' berth with
the White Sox. He will join the
advance camp Wednesday at
Sara#F Fla. ,r .

Despite the basketball Injury,
DeBusschere says he is going to
continue in both sports. His
philosophy is that the two-sport
parlay is "like breakfast and
dinner." He explains it this
way:
"They're really two different
meals, but they both taste good.
It just depends on when you eat
them."


hcked LW Angeles back an- Other players signing Wednes-
other notch. day were pitchers Chuck Estra-
Hwell's shot wiped oat a da and John Papa, outfielder
Lakers' rally that brought them Joe Gaines and catcher Larry
from a M.s disadvantage early Haney with Baltimore, infm er
an the final period to a one-point Harry Bright with the New York
lead with 1 seconds left. Yankees, second baseman Tony
Philadelphia, paced by Chef Taylor with Philadelphia, pitch-
Walker's 29 points, had little er Tony Cloninger with Milwau-
trouble with Balthmore. The kee, pitchers Larry Jaster, Jer-
76ers scored 16 of the game's ry Wild and Dave Bakenhaster
first 19 points, then rolled to a with St. Louis, first baseman
6-54 halftime lead. Philadelphia Gordy Colemana w Cincinnati
scored 39 of its points in the and outfielder Gino m wth
opening quarter. Kansas City.


There Goes


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covet b 'Ad 1 .U-ston wi .- and I ,ink be
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while 01CkIhberfiiad hmmaygt chnie the record ruser of t Nat l
New Yrk, wl bits secwd orld. And sail cdd be We e ootbaleague, becomes 2 on
straight aTM ce sedoice champ." Feb. 17. He was a Al-America
uns, mowrcs If if .. With e NOM i W.
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Be Favorite at Daytona


DAYTONA BEACH One of ace drivers in the field are G. race in the world, is expected
the oldest madu in sports is C. Spencer, Bankie Blackburn, to draw more than 0.000 spec.
"ride with the champion until Rene Charland, Bobby Johnsar, .d result in a ne
he fals." Bob Welbo. and Red Farm- tators, a.d resut in a new
he f ls. Bob Wernan e m- world mark for a 500-mile race.
If there is truth in it, then er. m d i....
Lee Roy Yarbrough must go The modified sports-
to the post as ile in the man race will be followed by
UMSe. NASCAR at al a 50-mile NASCAR-FIA late E L
dusmpiouhip modlfed and model cousolatio race to deter-
sportman race at the Deyto- mine the final entries for the
U IDern s Speedway this "Daytona 500" on Sunday.
Saturday. "The Daytona 500," fastest,
Yarbmogh has won the last
two rings of is big Baseball Stars ..a a H "
event of the annual "Speed a
Weeks," and last year travel Playing Golf *,,N-- 4
ad to th ..A --- --- -


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speed of 147.010 miles per hour.
He will be back on Saturday in
the same super souped Stude-
baker which he used to win in
19062 and mil 1963.
Formdable Field
The defending champion will
face the most formidable field
in the history of the race. It
includes not only the cream of
the crop of top modified driv-


ers, but a goodly number
of NASCAR's Grand National
chauffeurs.
One of these is Junior John-
son, the flat-out charger from
Roda, N.C., who will be at
the wheel of a 1MS modified
Chevrolet set up by master
mechanic, Ray Fox. Johnson's
presence guarantees all out
speed from the start.
Marvin Panch, one of the best
in the businm will be in a
1960 Ford, and Tiny Land, the
big Cross, S. C., driver who
won the "Daytona 500" last
year will be at the wheel of a
'81 Ford.
Starting tat
Alo on thestartg lne will
be Nelson Stacy, recent winner
of the ARCA 25.miler on the
high-banked trioval. Nelson will
drive a '53 Studebaker. Other

Miss White
In Battle
ST. AUGUSTINE (AP)-Med-
alist Barbara Fay White of
Shrevepo"t, La., meets Mrs.
James E. Sayles of Oradell, N.
J., today in the first round of the
36th Annual Florida East Coast
Women's Golf Tournament.
Miss White, 24-year-old new-
1.A. A, t


comer, was me only oe to
match par 78 over the windy,
77yard Pance de Leon course
in qualifying.


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MIAMI, Fla. (AP) Thirty.
nine major leaguers are in the
field of 155 golfers teeing off to-
day in the 72-hole 21th annual
National Baseball Players Golf
Tournament.
Defending champion Jim
Hearn, former Giant pitcher,
faces stiff opposition from Alvin
Dark, San Francisco manager,
seeking his fifth title, and 1958
wier Albie Pearson of the Los
Angeles Angels.


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adnem arty ailrao ia a Im and alres.
ma h frtea T1h AMnoeted Pres arape
k., moew and mrn oft stock at noaon w up p
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ti lon weimid Ia. bock era at no was up .01 a
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day In obheanq S Wfad *
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mart ratsn oe dint s per- ce., irnes pe ap u ir-
formanme dt reeSt mi. relar advance in moderate
RAb albao put a rdtvely trading.
Spermaue while to. Corporate bonds were mined.
beaco, big matertdal and U.S. ovenmment boods were
uaeneru meta r we i axed. aubaoged to lower.


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mrakhm go am ugarwaler
Paw Paw. bis Is the larest
bus plet to date tbse
Tac5 Uetfla .aistHL

a U poner la Newnam's a

er by (inaetWlemm (RI.
1) oa IS kthh 5miMM
at a iH eopigr by How
l Southern ul b SE 4th
Sk) a Or .Jl's black
warn B Watrmuler Paid.
Yesterday tha W HUrtels
(U NW 3iI Ave.) hadafleld
day at Nanm's. Rusamry
(up tiz pound) sI k
wallan (Ir (o3^. Is
the after itTa Billy
Herte' tbra; be brought tn
two that tiDpe the acmis t
17 pouoo-th lar-est plhg
over ibe pondtL ea we
also mantg a Hawauia (No.
2).
WAIMB.OBN POND
Barn fi*Mtg good. Saha*
day timaeson wharle N.
Ch0rek of Edri's baiator
Repair (Newberry) took a
U pomfiuder O Paw Paw.
like uSderwater prhi -ple
ing. 1e caught tuae master
k Bu hodi oles t the


PcmS TO PoMDR
IsthttaMItl better
ar w tema th r e o
high water? Ps iy, No
wale booe w
Mudmtar iS aiemqoatl.) as
a reiSnot af rdbat Jam-
ary Ed FIWry rankwt le.
vas. Hence, w is the tiae
to find ananwer (s) to is

eten. ThIis u wq could
mea two t ic t thi: B.
ter fidia nowr we &&
bg for ie future. It is bors
testable that ra fti a
a rule, will I better ia the
re a a result ( high wa-
ter codition at spanmtg
*te.. .more ad itta r po-
wtied spawnigg aro uba,
Ste. It to the formw mae-
iS f 11, that is bet-
outi be = .x Int
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*.' i h 1 thi l
Cosoider. (3) Now di*
wutor S-'ra tke*"
hm dlhl y & byh aht
the it nch ka way t t He
-w -- kming *- n'
ame imboloe S r m by
conditiuos of the hodt o
,umf a m a. toss
imm ft.. 1 the mb1
Mfereant arm. In addSii, the
good bam IIernai lso
(1) O same *keep d alg hlis Aael
bassasmorewa. record of bus the best
of th backwaters bals(s) at S. Wi a the
mtly inacessble i watlevel, a eh
eman's book- h, yhg wbd-mtook a t
-sr beekbe alpuvr" km tsbew Its
ons a dumldfebtivame. A n at
made pblgmutnow obidel to
" na me catch tt "s e m" he, (If
no lh 00 I^ becomoss


twice a had to catch.
Crdler. (1 km have
ertal fard biats. luThae
a *A Ast b R MumI
In ewmt- a the iboS
'r ad bedo where he
catci ft. The ood bas
Mhman leorn thae bhmm
(uay by trial and anr)
and maes a metal record


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lidaadeS t n l We).
b eqb d a maad
find m eMd spotm at the
M aWr eL. Wel, this
Jut m bn imhMg that
Mach me of a chaldnge.
Dm't get me wst I am
not agft hft ws. I


Down


tkm bia h taer (toin
the seeofWMM )w ercoe
mim of Mdoh waer.
-mTo t UmE
Tw local bmbi contests
ae ahrey It progress
W s(Bair d the Takl Box)
and others are in thI offing:
J. U. IFd's, ScW Brew-
i CO. ta~pd ah nmtest
and MeGflwray's F1h Camp.


3 VARIETIES (
WHILE TNIY LAST

* rOOCARP.S ........... .79
0 LIGU UM ................ .49
* VIBURNUM .................. .49
* AZALIAS ...................... .69

I ANNUALS


7 *
12 VP i 11

I PC o es iini
S/Cornations D.


Detlte oa each of these wis
be givm in this colan. as
they become available. John.
ny McGilvray tells me that
his contest will begin on
March 1 with prizes offered
for the largest bass and the
largest speck.
Good hunting and fishing.
and REMEMBER take A ou;
fishing!


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ad a bA oE r t a c"iaiW s w umthein be
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through pondMal ,hneal Ba Ube by toa my
and sesD,4rm atit="' h* ri y ow maen
Ile nasof the advice he ho thaa 7S percoe df tdh toe.
reelvdmmeetobe this: "lT' hee i. i *
best way to be interesting b tiowalk dp m o te bak
other iL t ow i dep iu NiamAtil*l with O0e id
you ate ebrmi ted ietb.Gl aptch papm
S to f bgN a lIttle a yWbp p b wt lb ith,
demavesm d tey wi op a i he were trying e drl w
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College Baffles Freshmern


By G. L EODMUWIHD
AP iMu lmtWUr,-
CLABEMONT, Cai. (AP)-
"Codle is a ad ifl
i wNorM to moat frnlAe.
Tfly jut dMt ae kwhit
they are petthg Mo."
Mtat ki the couMeted ophia
f group of faculty mm wAs
for ye have been wat
y" g people eabrk m tha
sarmy mU ofa higher aeducat
at the Cemot coeges
ls a nultpal ir., t IIt
Is mt new. BWt It belMe i-
nly orient as rowin
Wds of ludents pound oan col-
*eg doors for mdussio.
Eanethnes it Ma a matter of
Tbere ts a reat pp between



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la nthe Cel dnces, edev same pro st a hew mrsoft
iter la l coinl i," q G. later I g a d ty wit
N. Bldv authi doe of Po- pope ts over th
meni Codee of th Care-i
mst "i. h"Itiand ifahebe-
"It ii UfaglI, the l s comes mlae, aI a I14
SMas y riWt yomar wat loSt."
pto P aikim1e,:UPMJot Tim fiw e A talie
IBrme, the ai eet ei es-
iGramSe Scl ndalveily asi h o= a IpIut
Ctr. pliail.coaM
"They tik is te iMbad to gad lTe to heirsa
doBt in colp sy i dl V mat al poui
they araft brigit is a7d0 ^nis, they c awe to *iwl
1ue, they'M J1 1rih7 ThW dt he k of ten d gh
=u be haper, ad Jtuas mchol rep aq d, v-&
cessful, hi ne eprt." a ay the fsa*a, few ad
Setimnesift is a p1dt o tftbhe=6= p8apIId or
pirois of low p. wtat i h to oer.
re door to coiege aiy alb "Thay qualppd fr as
be tSB doorwy to aSSrt"ty n ltieaip bqws tein de d
say$ William Fruamp, o Pliar ph.-mte Ol ad Mhry.
Meng. ~ for example 4 says Dwu&A
"Tmeris a vast dWxMeCOjtermab aof1 de1l1
the thiwtig f a Od lfau" y of iC. ie.


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start with the item offered for sole or purcham; stte the sole or
purchase price of each item; contain the phone number or ad-
dress at which items may be bought or sold; appear in the ap.
propriate classifcatios;


Hove all word tpetled in full except for abbreviations
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EXPERIENCED
STENOGRAPHERS
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SPERRY
ELECTRONIC TUBE
DIVISION
SPERRY RAND CORP
GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY
EMPLOYMENr
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Cwnreq AVu wa gMAm will
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4FFIC SWUIPMENT, usad

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people MAW aed. T me!wp! wit mwmhl


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-c-a 2- "Ns ll a- $ 11.".-'-.. -.a ... _TNE oKUEHN, JR. COOmT QUALITY
XUMWM9 -mp it en.. r^W a.eflS ajrvm a mf U a men" Imm &a APARTMENT HOMES
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WV tse mn ei o a w ats e e e a ams a C w grnst "r'.t a. a _a_ eMN aremaw lAnf. .
MiR-AWAY s0umbS S Ima B-te 1 i wq a Wme a Tow. S .as U= IM 4.1- Apts.02 NW IIMAn. at 37tbSt
dr awnsi b ra- & ar-s, cia"t m i il _oN11025 --
2 7 F u ll 6 r o o mlN I ,U ,F I A id A 0 1 1 "o e 1 W N a d ms s , . M. L_ _d a l , F ,t
,Fl, on f h i.u i* A, ,rs.. "6 3,.iaM F E T ,,. .Carol Estates
DAIRY FIearn.IIM ashso ta Clonassmh" a air eto ~ m a ONE. to b elore ides a ON of.av t 1111,IIIVASt ...1, W ., / I ObXove,
02t Fa "r hsT Filnm e xse.. N.f.t..W A Ift l UP g** 5 t. aImm. NI-thOSt.at IEtM An
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bmlY *E i ri m.S. crk s.S ,.ast a
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-wiw.Pir a "e i, maInc. _m

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FOXER MgIn L E Cu s. Neu f WLE STUBBSx
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s D a ASSOCIATES ERSCm ---- EARLY AM ERICAN
A S S O CI T E S1""k R E Na 0
a3 M& PR SE N Tra NS a e au. d*t, 3 S te rril & r n v t H O M E SH O W IN G
o. Prn .s l wa a onMmud rlengo. 4Bd aLStric* -2 True Colonial Amrican Styling
10-- __ -- --- *-Ui*fba a Flili gmu LeaV B U. l ntaD ES ate t SeS teISan $15,000
m l +- ,s,, i 'isN' 'rl.jL ir l. .a
33SZ 4 ha l f -We e ChoicH *f brick front
stee m iiimemsNsemtr S RMt uor 452141 rtI
FORDYCE i. .y. .sI..a t ,1.. S aI n a m Buehilt-in G.E. oven, range
On. I.._ w M. hMIl., ,,M* 1. l" 1"- N"-" a- ';- iSm cb a S hogal lI.-l -" m .h Wa! .5 Lifetime easy-care terrazzo floaos
ig .1e ssasrg. i L a a s a*10 3 l 1 Sti3 W Indoor laundry and utility room

LOS F4 MoLE: Li It fl Ul l ht o S a e am. Ou S n pei mit S Central heating (air conditioning optional)
who.a hSS- seS T mr e T fth p a S & S be cluse a w1a* a a man. I s sb U S b _____r saff er Floor to cuikin closets
Jr as A ve. lma )l .mm I- be a1S iwSon! IS use WaE 3? hE5l k a e C r-. Bu ilt-in breakfast bar
l Ser. M.D.s lknl AqSS. CI 4 as taS ATES n S ae ota os- V.. I au a i p Lifetim family Swim Club membership
'MYM' 'MonIM.I ft W a MN 4. lae a s 1 Di a r s n sidewalks aid all other city convenience


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GI "rs ar sass. l,3,-&aI aM-s"e am oa t a V
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Iss M"M"ILE" R'r HBR-AND NEW wr.. l Fam. I%* w.


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Wood 1dXB. "ho-MOR(-idm ,m MSm w im a I argwINboy rlm n:mL 1 you ohome la ig
1L1) FO R. SALE Lob s, a % g gMaaGOW ookv e .r. MCe tra. P. hati n IT( ir condito ig op t i

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SMALNOZE & ta Sett fl e,- Ar mai e N a a. LIY O I T & mevhen :or amy Lkf&N
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4 Bedroom Homes

$101 per month
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t YOUR WCM NOMS will be as distinctive as mod.
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from over 20 models in a community with all city
and ow -- yt away fm buw traf-
fic end noM.

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flu it. bMromflHi NW bin

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GLADYSI wsm, y &n -m nt
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a a nd me*t -i Nmr lI1a RaStr
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GLADYS SMITH
REALTOR
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YOUNG

AMERICA

HOMES
PRESENTS
NEW BRICK
MODELS
OPEN 10 a.m. 'MDark
FEATURES:
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HOMES


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HOMES FOR SALE
2 & 3 Ilre, SE Itll t. &
So it Aw. Cm* f*wn P-
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C&M TOMMY RIDGELL
.M'r PhM FR 2413
44 caQf" lwRa.
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FR 64 aia. Mr. Ha...
01AN *.ir iif I -s.
NOdh wmerit. Water id
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aStrmne FR F66.
NICE I andrhesm lurit mW t-
mt. 4iving romit, tdf
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BUSINESSMAN or atudant, w-
FR 24M31
1 mmras, tkIk. hta. 4 NW
Aw. US mi. MoMS-
My Gram In c. FR sal7.
EAST SIDE
GARDEN
APARTMENTS
w or r mnl a
Gair*svill*'s Finest


NW 34th 6 7thAvenue -n i own
Phone 372-7070 Imt. N1 MNE u P. 6 .w i
AND 4 mailel eres. O- 1-BEDROOM %lUtid awt
Acre ML. Go wl NW lth Ave- ret, Coloial MawMr, brad
su te a4d St. IitnaectlN. w. furniture and quip...t.
tura rPie 1 a W Y 112 iro. Occupency Feb.a 2.
mile, IM A wVn alaf. FR -S.M .
T. ZITROUER, gUILDER ONSTAR
FR WAS.t STAIRS 3a. e WII i
,OCMFORTABLE. MnWd cwam. -n:y, IM p. 416M NEI l S.
cre t 5 ck honr wh cahn a-elhom air --.
headl, *o 6E I9 built h kkhmI 8 1 "M air aI tslr
lree ItrO- ren. beautiful t"'aed -ertmw., New


aEDODMi CCS ral sFslmhq jaiFL Nicer
Ieath d air illi. w *EDR*M. a ge ked.e,
Me M inM ES ]m m m .. A". Clial Mow AOL Stlml.




On42 NW. iMlt S Paon PR wI W o oet, "iig ror "1u
WI N ll t ai/r I *eDR )Ms$ lre k ale I
A12 lN. Utad p. Aw atile Fi nl r t
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.VER. A Ft....F lu carp And'c_ y.
parch. 3 ma. dMr 1-% ISUPER cl an W cy. Bla.ay
bath, aetti t bui lt lnw b .r. rd r S"aIV Srn pri-
vMly ased slaeratyIlab nu b4e & u9" riiw. best Part
M1. CowA. a wu toR W *h acity, tf.~Sr a kil. .
% Itf h, o L, Rt,' IM
NEW HOM ES on rm n : (llM .'all., kt e
Priced rwi 51o2s to i saee b5It sir catitonB e,. wall to
NO MONEY DOWN tVA well, cl. cwft 'oly. NO
my wAly $IN Caoami pls 125. W e. *YAr I* a
bSatnm FA mo nred. L. 'J M'tt" M2
Free Itlahie Swim Club Mir- t e sI P. %Wslt
bertip EXTRA large, Extur alW, I had
HUH F D rm furnlu.d ap.rbet Wa. -

INC .tAi. Fr 1 i lt. A1119
HU G 1 L I
NTE. 16th Ave f 15th Str St oM usrbd e-
lt r e thlt t trailer fhr rent. 6w&
372-1551 fIr "nO FR it6-7 .
IW' EWOOD by enw*r, 3 *1 I NOW trFlm mi ltewns hor
bath, ant. hat, lcDr e. 0o. t'v1 S 3 N.SWW
h-rotuoed flr F, CloM tI stooh W LrF-. CrI1 FR -rr.
& sho0m*,. FMA llfwnt rvP. .v" ---___
ahl., Dryv. y N ?1 62 AM -.^1' Ai* P'0 ne t.
w call FA 27aftr 3 PM. A"iy 51 NW Siln AynA.
Re I SR' r.aIs ap.. 1' 46 Uafn.aIed Ark.
both, Ia rwnp o parch. L. N., !
DR. n mnd rP brfpstt eak. DESIRABLE Mrtwan a easM
Hot and cold water furnished apar:rM.el Electric kuchw.
Need to Iwe s eqrtat. M wela1n blinds. Sce hMetaer,
month. Sa at All NE tti St attic fan. NE 'i Aw.
o Cad FR 2-114 day 5hr. _FRt 2`41%alterSA. n
p 4 P.'y waakja*______ 2 BEDROOM #,At. $ per RMta.
.EAVI eg e < j m sll 3 ba Arnno SI MA WIt Av.
rnonm living roen, inian re mi
~tie n.ne bet. csrpvt with 47 MNes ve fra W u,.
st. ore. C trl t. C onra _aW. .
In nice w'MVwlad. Worth 114,I_
50 tadfl's m eu. Only SM IANLL 2 U1 BEaa, On Late
v'i wr-me5 ,t. S 47w 6nLw...7 Mtibet .. wk
Motte"., Sh*n by apoa- tr nt f yV lfwd.
ment. FR 2-i93 W.ater nlt. New NW
--- - masonry ahyd..t. LaDg
REDUCED tfor quick aU'* bv y ncloMd gut gWiCrb S R &
owner. Modem 3 BRN. l I be a X
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SUNDAYS I TO 6
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Monterey 4.dr hardtop,
power steering and brakes.
Factory air. bucket seats,
Was $3495 Now only
$2995

62 Renault
Douphine 4 door, radio,
heater, seat belts Good
economical transpOrtaton
at ia very, very low price of
only
$995

61 Chevrolet
4-dr. Impala hardtop, V-8
engine, automatic trans-
mission, power steering,
good tires, low mileage.
$1745


61 Chevrolet
V-8 nine, 4-dr sedan,
radio, heater, beautiful red


$1395


'THE DEAL OF THE YEAR ON
THE CAR OF THE YEAR"
lip the coupon frn your magozines, then drop by
and win yourself am of thousand of prizes! .
Lincoln Mercur
RIDGWAY MOTOR CO. CRA NEtUA
51 5. Main St.
"1."ag .f -- f 2-331


HAWS POWERS MOTOR CO.


SMITTY SAYS:
Qeey Weki lf o M rlfr TRUTHFULNESSI

HAWIS POWERS gives both these qulities i deling with cus-
teen In Gaiesville e*d*,suaeinhg 1ress- l

TRY US THIS WEEK!
63 IMPtRIAL, 4-dr HT, PS, PB, R&H. AC, Pwr. eats, Black $5395
63 IMPIIIAl, 4-dr HT. PS, PB, R&H, AC, AT, Pwrseots ... $5495
63 AMERICAN, 4-dr. automoNc, Heate, 9.000 mile, blue .. $1445
62 FAIRLANI, 4-dr, R&H, Real nice car, Block .......... $1295
61 PLYMOUTH, 4-dr wagon, PS, PBR& R.AT, dual A/C $1445
61 OLDSMOBILE, 4-dr 'f'.' PS, PB, AT. R&H, nice ...... $1545
61 VALIANT, 4-dr V-200, AT, R&H, clean .............. $995
61 PLYMOUTH, 4-dr Automatic, radio, heater white ...... $895
61 FALCON, 2-dr. red and white a real nice car .......... $995
40 PONTIAC, Bonneville 4-dr HT, PS, PB, R&H, AT. AC .... $1545
0 PONTItAo 4-dr Catalina, PS, PB. AT, R&H .......... $ S95
60 O SMOI LI, 2-dr '88', AT. PB, heater, clean ....... $1145
60 DODW 4-dr, PS, P R&H, AT. A/C ............... $925
0 LARK. 2-dr IT. AT, radio, heater, yellow finish ........ $695
SLARK,4d, radio, heater, clean...... $545
59 CHIV, Inyola 4-dr HT, PS. PB, R&H, AT. V-8. A/C .... $1045
59 IMPERIAL, 4-dr HT, PS, PB, R&H, AT. A/C, clean .... $1495

6 FACTORY EXECUTIVE CARS $AVE $$ 6

3 DIRECT FROM DETROIT 3
6 1CHYIW,.NeportP, PG, R&H, ATA/C ......I$ 195
SIM U AL. 4-dr HT. PS" PB. R.', A/C, 6900 mi. $5695
U VALIANT, 4-dr V- .00, Automat R&H. PS .... $I

A 6 VAUANT.4-4V. a i *tR0H.PS...... $ tS
CEv 0C I MILEAGE

0 sell s0v. werml 0

FREE '64 TAGS ON ALL ABOVE LISTED CARS !

IMPORTED CARS
o SAAB. 2-dr 4-speed .radio & aelr. like new ............ $1395
6I OIL 2dr wagon ,rodio ,heter .real clean ............ $995
I l ORDwagonheotW Ake cor.................... .$495
I W. "r .hofp, radio, hater ....................... $695
IF YOU DON'T LIKE OUR PRICIS... Make Us An Offer!

SECOND CARS

S57 P, 2-dr hrdltop (2. AT, R&H. V-8, nice .... $450
56 B 2-dr.automatic,radio, heater.............. $450
5 W W radio, heater .. ..................... S295
v mom 4 outomtic. radio. heter ................ 225
57 4M 4dr wagon. PS. PB. radio, hM r............. !$3
3 4-dr, run good ... ............ ........ $1
A ~a.d, e.r, clean ........ $225

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Medicine


By or Co0MIERm
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Health aBd medical re-
&f. projects at the Univer.
sity of Florida accounted for a
lion's share of nearly one mil-
lion dollars I grants appwedi
by the State Board of Control
here Friday.
The National Institute as
Health and the U. S. Dept. of
Health, Education and Welfare
accounted for all but one 61
the nine projects totaling more
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Sfacuy. IRb spread at ov-
er a period d ffur year
The grants and projects ap-
proved are as follow: (Grant-
or in parenthesis)
111,957 (NIH) for "Gener-
al research support grant," un
der Dr. G. T. Harrell, Couge


UF Junior Sees


With Telescope


SBy CARLIE REID
"Thank goodness for the Flo-
rida Council for the Blind
-.PSB)," stated Louie Dupree,
a junior at the University of
Florida.


SA pree is one of four
4 & UF sponsored
FS. He is given a full
sllOp. which includes r
ition, books and $W ev


students
by the
scholar-
oom, tU-
very five


weeks for food and incidentals.
Dupree was born with weak
eyes and a football injury made
things worse.
Now a resident of Mt. Dora,
Dupree said he couldn't go to
college if it wasn't for the FCB
scholarship.
In order to qualify for a FCB
scholarship, one has to have
20 x 201 vision or worse (coo-


sidered blind), pass a difficult
mental examination, be inter-
viewed by university officials
and live at the rehabilitation
center in Daytona Beach for
six weeks for observation, Du-
pree said.
Dupree must keep above a
2.0 grade average to keep the
scholarship.
Dupree, a jovial felow and
a good athlete, Oten uaes a tele-
scope to copy malarial from the
blackboard.
Despite his severe handicap,
Dupree has a 2. grade average
overall and made a 3.0 last
trimester.
He is majoring in French and
hopes to teach on the college
level some day.
T He FCB will also help Du-
pree find a job after graduation.


Congress Unlikely

To Heed Court Iuling


WASHINGTON (AP) (14-
side of some complaining and
possibly a committee hearing
for the official record, Congress
isn't likely to do anything this
ve about the Supreme Court
r that congressional dis-
trif should be more uniform
in poulation,.


seeki t U i t supports
the Court decision but
presss preseniatricts until
state )lislattues can act in
their *br sons. Such a
bill ou prevent the 23 Texas
coagremen from having to
run at large this Nowmber,
, A three-judge federal court at


"For one thing," a highly Huston has ruled the rletl
placed House Democrat said Texas districts unconstitutional,
privately, "we just don't have but the decision has been stayed
time this year to deal with such pending an appeal
a complicated subject. For an-
oth er thing, most of us think in Iew aRnI Co., lOe
its -one of our business how tar Cournt filed aut
Vte states map out, their dis in U.S. District Court 4hat
tricts." I woul4 Jorce ConU out's six
a E congressmen to bn at large
Chairman Emanuel Celler, this November unless the state
D-N.Y., of the House Judiciary is redistricted. The suit was
Committee long has advocated, filed in the name of Jack Zal-
that Congress take the IcX in man, a political writer for the
trying to get more uniftmity paper.
in congressional redistricting.'
He introduced a bill to do that Connecticut districts range in
more than a year ago but has 317,53.
been unable to obtain action in I
WhI own committee. T S e W eA y
He said he would try againW
this vear but wasn't oimnistic U A I ED


about success.
Another proposal not expected
to gain acceptance came from
Texas congressmen. They are


FURNITUtlU TO
UW m H fHa. g-1m
I. IrNm.. MSt F'


is the magic number

at SINGER'this week
Fantastic bargains are yours at SINGER-our way
of celebrating George Washington's birthday.


Once each day 991
wN buy a specito
condition sed odab
Be uram to co-m in urly.


New SINGER* Zigzag P ble
The bWand-mw STYLE-MATE'
uigzag by SINGER lets you W s99
S on buttonsovercuthU, w am A m.__
decorative stitch.

***** ************
spe I Cloe Oa Om -
Of RENTAL MACHINES
N. 20% to 50%
useRa te Rced DISCOUNT
W FROM Now Picel
a9** no ab. .s.a.*

fer yr Shopping Conveniere, we now carry Fabrics
Sthe yard a neow concept in Fohon Fabrics -
42 Coordinated Colors, including Fobri, Butons ond


-SINGR SWING CNNTR
.. ,qmantisaae mr A .ulemmmH.10
2 W. Uisy Ae. e Rs&10w


itdS
-p3(411


fisal sbm.," iWder Drs. S
for "Pitch chard M. Copnaver and Na-


characteristics f ad-
ult males,": under Dr. Harry
Hollidn, Dept r ech.
- fItanH) k w "Eveed


than W. Perry Jr., College of
Medicine.
- $91,M (NSF) for epan-
sAmn d AdvanSd Mechanics L-
horatory under r. W. A. NaM


"E leseraog f t todestril Ex.
periment Stati.-
$119,3 (NIH) for cotinu.
nation d research project "Hi-
topatologi and imm g
ail in acarias." under
Drs. V. M. Ar ad CUher.


he A. Cranda, College of Med- anatomy of the oce," mdero Food
ictne. Drs. Terun K nishi and G. T. lion.
$2,140 (NIH) for "The singletn c f o04
pifl of bacterial biolum- $54,7 (HEW) for "Pal- ject to i
laeenome," oder Dr. P. R. cide residue determinations potency
E Riott, Dept. f Biology. by gas hrnmatography," under horothy
l4,4N (NIM) for "Electro- Dr. C. H. Van Middelem, Dept. Nursing.


Technology and Nutd.

i.l7 (HEW) for A pro-
improve researcircom-
in faculty under Dean
M. Smith, College of


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'i TILL 9 P.M.
SAT. 9:30 6.00 P.M.




ALWAYS FIRST UAI


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Stock tip on a whole year's supply! Choose from oil
your favorite collar styles in long or short sltve mod-
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spectfiftions to give better looking fit, longer wear.
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Seho, w nder if Ids forgaft mhing hi sienm Exkibit which will
he a play tomorrow might at he schod' s mlem fair. I


1 . Exhibits fqor S.e= Far

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this ipe wa we Ir to

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momedbob"ug- "M
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. per cat d theo whaolt
Im" o ahL


FREE CHERRY DESSERT
WITH EACH FOOD PURCHASE
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
ROM I PA UNTIL 8 P.M.
(Oaem bs Thee.Hen)
Coiiwdb Slot in eM Web* Reem


PRIMROSE INN


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112 t e U y Ae.


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-II


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FOR GOOD


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FRIDAY AND SATURDAY


wIN Y2 PRICE SPECIALS

FINAL CLEARANCE
Un Yrw ftapir Cmel CmeeC n
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401 W. Umi y Av,.


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fm hiPking tr of Stre


Kirhy*Smith PTA to Meet
Te Kirby-Sith School Par.- SIagerc" presented by Mms
at Tocdn Amidnt will grade.bd Mrs. Ce Wade
amet 7:3 p.m. toiht h i A mi asical acepm-
be ho. hat.
Oa the peop is a ee A dibrt me mm ti
att, "Ralte Tag To bfouow.


Styles
for
Men


Specialist Men's War for Florid



WASHINMTON'S


BIRTHDAY


Men's Casual Slacks
SAVE on each pair 2.73
Continental Style
Trie Tepeved Fliubed Stwhe Cuff, 15" kte-
B-fnshe ISid. Wel Yet Aliehl. hx-
ed Wel Awd. Wes' We 00% Co;
0% M % C i O8
Sim 2 ft 3s


Prm


sALE $322

3


SPORT SHIRTS


SHORT SLEEVES


SAVE


on TwoV i2"


276


100% Chsn-
fmsnke&. Wemhde
Nmi PeWn
Wh*le 4d TIlwd Emido

t'i SALE.

2 2 for


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SHORT SLE VS
SAV o.E.,.. 2.6
Tiude Selka ki
Tull ei t. b
bLM4


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t miffih


FOR WASHINGTONt BIRTHDAY
2 Days Only... Friday and Saturday! Hurry Down and Save!
10


Vinyl Pilow-Type Aluminum Ci o
Air Matte. with Canvas Covers
Ia 9s C s 6.66
F .ve-t 4 vinvi. latic. Singe ConfdtAb 72x26 K. O.
valve influtioe AAsmied colon. Strong gren cnw coee.
72x27-in. $Iz* F"d to 36x2604% K.


Free Smple With
Lo-Sud Dter Fent
leg. 2.39 2.44
Now fbMnu; don'tt caum oam
wmmios o rivers., aM.
cluwm. O10-b. size.
20.kS ra.5J .. 4.77


Round l.&
Laundry hskes
e. 5%9 33c
Sturdy lightweight bake with
tons.. Unikbe


Dumabe Household
5-ft. Stepladder
k1. 5.9 3.9
E m. to hilo fntw*ig
w-s Wir. SAty -wM
It"e far I"eoft.


Low-priced
Steel Lawn


18-in
Rakes
Sk


touar Wn.Emmhad frr


1pc. Furniture CoverAlls


Obe L Sem Cover-AN 7.11
Attractive covers have ruffled
irL. E stic los stretch to
-i e llvpwr look. No iron


3 CHAIR


Soft Cotton Knit
White To. Shirts
2 Dys 77c
Soft, abre.bt knit cotton t
Omi in naW, medium and
hrg. Ow tdwv saMv


17x29 in. Oval
Scaiter Rgs


Braided design m g in radiant
m. Heavy for busy traffic


Two-it.
Coiling
Reg 1.49


Bedroom
Fixtures
99c


Samre 12-in. frosted glau
"d has ofc design. White
paImted metal holder.


Galvanind Box
Type Gutterina
10-Ft.Se. 99c
Heavy galvanized costing for
weatier and rust protection.
Double-lock pipe sam. Savl.


SAVE 3L95! Kenmore
Fully Asomati* Washer

M M aNS 158
a muoa4 a
~e mp a- --n- .;'- MlIW e..
-sm ohel ***i6- Nd 4
je ktne rsause ea


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Stalea, there am roughly two dlaified ad pb- rom, & m to. t a pI adoi
lishm in newspapers. Ery yr, wsopapen run Shety Bra ta ighf it b
moo than 300,000,000 lautrid ads. lt & Aphal- 52to
illS. tu,-ra- m bIteoe a*b
dFew w the flhur ob -
rout danmutin I gro wM p1r
A IVmA REA V =Iwwk.


MUKJ
:.AINBS ONIrS O TRUI
HELTH &inurr w ArIDV
-9 W. UNIVERSITY D@WNTO*
Y- pa losEkMsch l> i- f K- mwy J
OPEN TONIUD HT

i OPEN TONIGHT


CONTAC
CONTINUOUS ACTION
COD CAPSULES
-. LIST $.4 .

CHOCKS
CHEWABLE MULTIPLE
VItAMINS
: 12.00 SItu


BAYER


CHILDREN'S ASPIRIN
39% SIZE

BUFFERIN


$129 SIZE V f

VICK'Sfom a,44 um


COUGH SYRUP
$1.00 SIZE


AQUA NET
PROFESSIONAL HAIR
SPRAY
S3.49 VALUE

SECRET
10 i-ON DiOOOmANT
: 7 VALUU


=04,At
iq o dDr. I*qJ.
'U' d *1i~
tAnhudldm
ibe& neah~altMth
tobeiswaub b.
- A-- 6,~


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Alf lhhiftntbitnted by Ododit 44 Id
atla. In & flino6e te FFA ae" aut thiA TmC
Uwe Ou, the HLA k dIRtty enIKt


413$W3 dbWsibb60 $36
Brto| ^d4y tyo) f Wc C
Ame cli ttpMifl of aec J bo*w.i far 4- B
the tolmeo in try. All i ta s sr es hiendUhBat f thMese a


A gret tager aha inted tki ceteg 1.k Fe isled da
sa ~ ~ ofe dlt as s 04go
Mufor thenOw: vit s e ft exoday: V*i.
eh diseau vmun ver at Bag., ThomM Jdo ar.
led CWte Sho aMd bsb d Ia r.


Roas wi led mn ahpli
tion of lowde"ls daring t&eir*
firt 9 01 ofmomb? be *i
tf hb and nl is a factr.
viw Is doubt, apply two
dtal10 tobpdrerot
lsf l l thin


thmu ->IPK -|
44 sala pgg
Pae t1g ads Is aee dalye
Pojet Clw o maydye
maw 0 ffliwtaw. lW
se3yae"lt toIs ad
Tes *s the pleg ML
thea uiida 1ain crtthB
af t artim- =a, ligNtr
-a. -ot and vibsuN.
Place a"t ika t A*e
ipot, w tiyh dde for the
proect. OCting" of mmy types
d( 110010801al km heavy fod

e Nnn* -==*
spegm most lamot ia t Bi
ftltu al eletals acd pat.
asaglM isdel bII teacher Nr
todeterb Nett best no
madoma t fcr uS
=leti. n dob* t ct
Bas Ite.I "eo ryt alg
TMm t elflNitat "I
aleelI, restore
fast *A lUea L
s-aa .- oo
Aae ftw-A=Suawy be
]Jlantus new lad e r. 1tv,


as pmr


A h Ii as lport aOi
nest Slb puSSMiraes
Iis reflect a SNead
Ie f" ppages. ko see6
Is pqfm fte a vm
0. i~o xnM -6 *a
Is 'a fl -
01rteleU Ut Deprtat
iAll I Sels tils b a
hu m isfrecast for
met iinl7g biH, Nil
a, bs,3 i 0e l. to
i-ldS diryNms, -mad

flk rimfloamI
gavl, mornig alneae.


Most the uaouaib can be
ed directly int rdem.
saw e thinly W sab d.
liw trachea. A bkiag powder
cm with hls pched in the
bodi atd a te- footstdick
tat fr a bmed mr
I a-s Mh sa44 odget
thime the hSets asrp out

wMbi ail selL Cme the
lat^ XrieP vim To
No dbr ~at BMa, to
hiM it lmlin ad to pwe
Umito anir waMhing. Be
Me to re*e Ae covering
befom the plants ne.


f ye wadt is byp auab
bhmalh for author moth,
kp ae flowversn pi$cd.
phl' go to Ml, te at in.
Mg wioi wil M bea shrt.


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PENSACOLA M (AP -
111011-l|(e W b 1411 k7 e Lees' PLromsinal Golf
Mb, U SiPl a dia aid Aidabo toum r tim year wdi
ie ei 1 dldite mr. b-eib at the Scenic Hills Coun.
drledir pk, mer, mh try tClub bere o March t.
S at gibl m S cm, Fosowing the four-day event
md poItes ma Icrefe the gal golfers wil have a op-
S fr, te porut said, ins week after which will follow
ilm pnsed truithe St. Petersburg Women's Op-
ts sula i. April M.


George Washington Specials
WHILE THEY LAST


o200o Yrds
CHINTZ a
t..9 *


1964
lknmr
ll)Wus.


Cermns I


10 W. Ul Ae. F ,.71
109W.Unrp.Av. FR I-2721


SHOP THE EASY
GOMRG WAY
CHARGE IT


P S '-


EXTRA SPECIAL!!


SWEATERS


VALUES TO 14.95


CARDIGANS $500
SUPOVERS


FREE CHEIM YlfJJTH
EACH $3.01 OR MAIL


PLASTIC


DRESS
HANGERS
Wa -y Wise MIek
Asnse Cld


U. 2 Fe 25c


5


SLA PI"R
um
Podiocks
4 Fi| I Sm
to euleeba
R. s55. c 1. 50
Mi. A P SAT.


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SAVE $30.00
WESTINGHOUSE ELECTRIC No. F.28
FRY PAN Coer ................ Reg. 19.20
S NO. HS.2,S-QT.
BUFFET COOKIE
WKi 4.m ................................ 24.90
THEIAOSPAT CONTROL
No. HIL I1 U OnOm Coeer or Poan bl. 8.50
TTALU. TALUE ........ .... 5.Mo
YOUR ORO tFI & SAT
ALL 3 O ONLY $ '
( Odyis te ) o

POTALE FOOD MCS


$IG. PICE
1. ..


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SAVE s o. M 15.5214 WUSTINHOUWS
STEAM and DRY IRON
at A


: Lovos OUR ,
MOUTH WASH 5Cc
WITH FREE DECANTER
:$1.19 VALUE
14I POLAROID.w 9mp=
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EI TO EACH CUSPOMEMAKIN A
S $3.0 OR MORM PURCHASE


MEN'S SUITS
FROM OUR REGULAR STOCK
REG. 49.95 TO 59.95


132"
2 SUITS FOR 64.00





SPORT COATS


valueto35.00


Nest Ocks,


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Subtle P&o


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Reg. to49.95


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BIRTHDAY


SALE


Regrouped and Marked Down
For This Special 2 Day Event


Feb. 21st end 22nd


Open Friday Until 9 P.M.


TOPCOATS
All wool, dacron-blend gabardines
and popni. (some with zip-out
ners .. 29.95-39.95.


SPECIAL SELECTION
POPLIN COATS


RE. 18.95


SLACKS


Selected
worsted,


group of fine flannels,
and oron blends.
UG. TO 14.95


2 pr. 17.00


SHIRTS
OR A* END ASORIMT
SPORT AND DRESS
IVY AND CCOWNTIONAL
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SATURDAY ONY
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*ALUS
TO $59


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AS STOCKS AND SIZES ARE LIMITED


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FREE CHERRY PIE


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ALUMINUM CHAIRS
REG. $4.95
Heavy guage 1" aluminum tub-
ing 5 x 4x 4 striped silver nylon i tf m


webbing, extruded


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AYS REMAINING HEATERS REDUCED 25%
THRIFTY NOW FOR NEXT WINTER!
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rasonent He's a danger. 1I
he tbets he is an i id
to other lati America I
nults to trby to dei Ukewi
their countries.
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jog school for Red guer
and agents frt all over I
America. bhs they get
dioms they can mre
their Maeki kid of id
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want Castro ouL
Meamihf, e uIdwi
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__waN o risk grme pos- aing to prevent a tak er by
Sbi'sllt, hie warwith Russia, North Viet Nam's Redguerri,
S... yt a mi the rrt f Latin las.
S "' America, and losng r t, e re -
e NewsgMeam pect and ilnewr. The Red Chinese, 06 have
Meadi A the indor Meth me split with Russia and respect
Sof attack-by Cuban exiles withiAmericap nuclear weapons so
-l. ba.. f.t 1o ince ey an bn -e. -a A n b,.... .. country long as they don't have any,
*., -7 P estma ma ierer C huns aMhn ..Si.m.a. far, ?,o fa have avoided dirtt par.
S^ wMmm^udtal what happened wh. It t iasipation in South Viet Nem
a im, ht am. t Un two giants, g .~ -,.e,, waprgiant and the rest of Soutnea4 Asia.
ai .t a'i t .. t a al'nts, t sbnut wafs faIre They don't have to hurry.
ral .ls ----Qhg, .r ;They tower over theirneigh.
Rtu Tk Aa hga e foMaMaly futrMated i their 1111 ors, as this country does over
t the Red Ciminae I Croh isamdl AsofnowteUnited Right now In Southeast Asia's its neighbors in this bem&
k far the Unitel t S'dy t dey doeWn't a m to Sout Viet Nam-where t phore. When they feel streq
adl can bpemodemdto to knw at to do net about ouery has put over .15, enaogh, and that thtimhe is
Badt ir c'am aS 'Ma Castro troops and more than i bill right, it seems inevitable they
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jil J,01^ lIS CELEBRATlNG


WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY

Gorge Washin.gtoni aly PREFERRED AZALEAS 4. t 11 4a
down the Cherry Trms," to to celebrate with G g w re 9- 4e t
Sing to liv you ..1ec


FREE Azale FEE

S WITHMA2 OR MORE PURCHASE
LIMIT ONE TO A CUSTOMER`


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ALL HAMILTON, BEGIN and IUW(VA WATCHES

values to FOR EXAMPLE
,0 0 F ol ONFF L A REG. $75 WATCH
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DIAMOND WATCHES P RICE


Help Yourself to Hundreds f OterWStorewide

Values As We Help DowntowhCelebrote
* The City hos allied f parkig a day '
Friday only...


We're open Friday 9 um inf9j.


Specials limited to quwntl, end hsae
final an a

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It's About Time We Gve "Martha"
A Little Credit 'and Recognition!
We have no bone to pick with our Nation's veneration of the Father of
our Country. Our George and his boys from Volley Forge made King George
and his Redcoats look like a bunch.of amateurs at a turkey shoot. In
fact, we'd like to see George come bock agoi nd stop the current invasion
of British Beatles.
B would George Washington have been "the greatest" without
Mortha back horme to bake his cherry pies and listen to his troubles?
"N0`saysoThe Variety Store. So on this birthday of our First President, ;
we honor, also, M*rtho, our first First Lady JIand oll the Morthos of
Greater Gainesville.



CHERRY PIE CHERRY PIES
1 Er p.To husband and wife';
To married women wh n Christian
iE W h r "md "t" e rge" end
I ,---Whil. Supply Lasts---
ring Drive's License or Social Security Cared.
S '/ for ,Identificueon. .

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Trim and terrific this RCA Victor all-new SpMrtabouttbal
In the but company. It's slim, lightweight and romarkad
handy to carry. Offers outstanding performance too. Fatui
a newly-deloped RCA Power Grid Tuner and 18,000-pt
chassis (dlsnp average) to pull In crisp and detailed plo.
turs. RCASpe Age Sealed Circuitry for extra dependabilo
ity.10bpfrut"Golden Throat" sound from the3'x5'speaIPr.
SeMlve built-in monopole antenna that adjusts for obbt
sipgl. Hee's RCA Victor Sportabout TV quality performaie
and lipng at a budget-pleasing price.


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WASHINGTON

BIRTHDAY


SALE




is here, you ho an excellent opportunity to make
om "rl buys" on nationally known sports r.


SWEATERS


SLACKS




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6Intg-tedBy
Area Official
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1too6it iwe* a the
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upmvior, J L PMtriLt
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m: n., ,eSide t m i itd
Pf b to agt oait dif.
keet locals I Gdawrie.
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Ntl alai eLimab I
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tcy ake, ma m -mM
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Padie, her life ha spmed
the wniSrati o f u prei.
dmi, rom Jams Binua
to LS n 3 B. Johon.

Stolen Beates
MEMPHIS (AP) -hoAM
tmemera were arresi-ed
Webuday in comuie with
the theft of a simreork re.
ord player, p IS record al-
mas and a box of 45 r.p.m.


E~n


WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY SALI
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CMLY
t OAY
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bforers here at Cox's. Now is your opportunity to benefit. Mis-matched outfits, over-stock-
ed items discontinued patterns, floor samples are but a few of the items you'll find re-
duced. Most all of our regular stock is reduced for this great event-many items to our
coIet and below be early be first when the doors open at 9:00 A.M. Friday.

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WHEN IT FELL ON THE PRICES OF FINE MERCHANDISE THROUGHOUT THE STORE, IT


REALLY UT DEEP .. GEORGE NEVER SAW PRICES LIKE THESE AND YOU MAY NOT AGAIN, SO BE HERE EARLY .. SOME
ITEMS VERY LIMITED ... ALL AT DEEP CHOPPEDPRICES... NO SALES AT THESE PRICES BEFORE 10:00 A.M. FRIDAY, FEB. 21.
i


All Sales Final N9 Refunds,
These Specially Priced Items.


Exchanges


or Lay-Aways on.


7 MEN'S WEAR
TRADITIONAL
SPORT SHIRTS
FAMOUS NAMES IN QUALITY SHIR


REGULARLY
SOLD UP TO
$5.00 A.


REGULARLY
SOLD UP TO
$400 a.


all men's SWEATERS


VAL TO |
19.95 I


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FRIuAY and SATURDAY SPECIAL s Ear MAIN ST. T. SET
e. V lCr I04 9 dierd Trd r afto ELaRMAIN ST. Tu... SET
6 TRANSISTOR (woll known abraynd) U:S armMainr*m BOOKKIEPNERSC UCW
Yo Mn" 7, M .. A5..o .is for 's...k 1320 N.w.f tk. Ft6-"24 SLLING SERVICING ZENITH SINCE 1933



PAUL DL e n ate hberb ledl
SFREE 1 CHIY PIE WITH a.. m.s a.U o" al
F E$3 OR MORE PURCHASE AT OUR aa ta orh adue-a
whic*ah &V W the msvg agsef t ax.
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rfalain "oe patsles al sdof
JEWELERSge as cla4eet s4d and beml soer I
YOUR BETTER JEWELER f 9.o-AT OUR 5sE
U mUiveusity Avenue P.Fit66921N*1fa. mINAMN PAPERI
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SUNDAES

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WITH EACH
PURCHASE
OVER $3.00.


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and 1.QT STARTER


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SCANT mIm,


orig. 1.50


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DRESSES
WRE 1.- 5.
Now .O0


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* 2 M Msc COTTON
SOCKS, SIOCIM 7c pr.
215 MEN'S LONG 9 SHORT
SLEEVED, WHITE AND COLORED


U


SPORT & DESS SHITS
Wem 1.99 5.95
G. W's. Birday Solo 970
* 140 pa. MIES UNDERWEAR
(BRIEFS & BOXER SHORTS)
Were 79c.- 1.79
W's. BIRTHDAY SALE 27c
180 prs. MEN'S
DRESS or CASUAL'
SLACK$
Re. 4.95.13i5 SALE $2-$3-$5

M'eSbopo...... reM


150 BOYS'
SPORT


LONG OR SHORT SLEEVED


SHIRTS .Were 1.98-3.89


WASHINGTOMNS BITHDAY SALE 97c


40 PAIRS BOYS' COTTON
SOCKS
BIRTHDAY SPECIAL


t
.2


"W'.- "
"NOBLtCRAFr
FOAM RUBBER
PILLOWS
EIG. 4 2/7.00
SALE 2/7.00


2 DAYS ONLY
CHENILLE
SPREADS
SALE 3.99
COMPARABLE TO
CHENILLE SPREADS
AT 4.99 & 5.99


22 p. j PRINTED' PATTERN


DRESS SLACKS
hday Sale $2-$3


Boys',kopp-tiwm
0 75 INFAN WN ITs,
OR SOR b .- 49 .
'Vi ., iSHMAY SAL &
* JUST (5 M USMAlUI
INFANTS 2 PIlCE CRAWL .-
SITS (nylon stretch, terry or corduroy)
M-XL SIZES, REG. 2.99-3:99
G. W&. BIRTHDAY SALE 77c
* 60 INFANTS 2 PC. WINTER
WEIGHT PAJAMAS, Were 1.59
BIRTHDAY SALE Tc


Infants Shops.m n..


250 Pr. WHITE COTTON
KNIT PANTIES


SALE 27% pr.


75 YOUN& JUNIOR'S
soCo OL a DRESSY
DRESSES
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OR WOVEN PLAID
KITCHEN
TiRYCLOTH-


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Birthday


RIG 39c. AC
Sale 4/1.00


2 DAYS

REG.!
6.99:
SLIP:


COVEkrtsi '
GEO6GI WAHINGTON'S
BIRTHDAY SALE -


4.99


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26s


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, FBL. 2bt & 22nd


BY CE!
WHAT MATS
AND BY GEORGE
WHAT SAwNw
LAME

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FELT. FMICM. STAWS AND LAMMS
MMEwy Shop. Zdium

BERKSHIRE SEAMLESS
,LAIN OR MESH
NYLONS
4 SHADES. MEDIUM LENGTHS.
Rag. 99t 1.35 WASHINSTON'S
BIRTHDAY SALE 690 pr.


FAMOUS MAKE SPRING
GLOVES


COTTON OR
WHITE, BLACK


NYLON
OR BEIGE


Rea. $2- $3 WASHINGTON'S
BIRTHDAY SALE 1.19 pr.

Hosiery & Glove Shop- i,


WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY

OPERA SPECIAL


8.00


Rag. 10.99
to 14.99


HI AND MID HEELS


BLACK CALF, bLACK PATENT, RED
PATENT, BONE PATENT WIDTHS
4A TO B ALL SIZES NEW SPRING
SHOES NOT LEFT OVERS
ALSO:
150 PAIRS OF STACKED HEELS
BLACK, .BROWN, NAVY AND RED
11.99 TO 16.99 VALUES, 2 PRICE
SlueShp* e.. an.,
S;-OUR REGULAR 1.99
JG ARMENT BAGS
W:A9 WASHINGT9N'S
U IAY SALE 2/3.00
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4. .4,


WHILE
THEY
LAST!


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with tis picture on
thm for Wasding*
ton'sc birthday
Sp6ciah


MISSES', WOMEN'S
AND JUNIORS'


DRESSES


Wm e.9-1T.M
GEORGE WASHINGTON'S
BIRTHDAY SALE


$3-$4-$5
Drm Shop- Flor


200 TODDLER & LITTLE BOYS'
SIZE 5-7 COTTON SOCKS,
Reg. 39c 45c, SALE 15c pr.


200 TODDLER & LITTLE BOYS'
S-L SIZE POLOS, Reg. 1.00-1.39
WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY SALE 97c
145 TODDLER & LITTLE BOYS' COTTON
OR COTTON FLANNEL PAJAMAS
Reg. 1.29, G. W's. SALE 77c
Toddler & Little Boys Shop
It Flee
125 TODDLER & LITTLE GIRL'S
CORDUROY SLACKS, SOLIDS
OR PRINTS, Reg. 1.29 1.49
BIRTHDAY SALE 77c pr.
200 LITTLE GIRL'S COTTON KNIT
PANTIES, Reg. 49c
WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY SALE 27c
125 TODDLER & LITTLE GIRL'S
SHORTS & PEDfAL PI WERS
Reo. 1.19.1.49. SALE 50c pair
Little Girls Shops... F


GEORGE'S
BIRTHDAY

SALE!


DAYS!

ONLY!

"YOUTH
FORM"


LIPS


2.99


2.59


Ita-a-.


SALE


or 2/5.00


M FORM
|BRAS
r ONLY
SALE 1.00


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t 1.


75 BOYS!
Wen 3.98 5 M
G.W's. Birn


125 GIRLS & YOUNG Jrs.
COTTON or FLANNEL
PAJAMAS & GOWNS
Wm 12.00-. 5.00
6. W mi. a SALE 1.00


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